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Aquatic Exercise Reduces Pain A recent review in "The Cochran Library" found that for patients suffering from hip or knee osteoarthritis, doing cardiovascular and stretching exercises in warm water (90-97 degrees F) can bring some ...
Feb 20 2008 10:57am
The Exercise Journal Keeping a journal of your goals and progress can be of great benefit to your fitness regime because it allows you to see what you?ve done right, what you?ve done wrong, and what you need to do to rais ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
3 Types of Work Out The 3 types of work out include the following: Aerobic Exercise Dance Swimming Jogging Basketball Biking Hiking Skating Boxing Jumping rope Stair-Climbing Treadmill Rowin ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
This is a good way to get started with your workout. In this busy day and age that we liv ... more
Jun 05 2007 11:16pm
Badminton: Warm-up to prevent injury Badminton is normally taken as a relaxing sport that is not strenuous. However, when played competitively, it becomes important to warm up to avoid sprains and strains. It's best before beginning a ...
Jul 08 2007 5:06am
Beat the Pain of Weight Training Looking to tone your muscles through some weight training? You're not alone; it's one of the most effective ways to tone your body and lose weight. The only problem is that incorrect techniques of lif ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Don't Forget to Breathe Don’t forget to breathe! When doing your strength training workout, always remember to breathe properly. Exhale on the contraction and inhale on the return. For instance, while doing arm curls you wou ...
Sep 11 2007 3:45am
Yoga Resolution Want to do something good for your mind and body? Been thinking about ways to get fit and tone your muscles? Yoga is the perfect exercise for these and so many other purposes. There are 3 mai ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Multitasking, mixing exercise fights boredom Stretch. Slide. Yawn. Stretch. Slide. Yawn. In most exercise classes, boredom sets in at about 30 minutes. At the Fitness Guru in Brooklyn, cross-training is used to combat monotony. An hour-long work ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Use TV Time to Exercise I'm sure we've all had those times when we just want to sit and veg in front of the television, while we complain to friends that we never have time to go to the gym. Now, your evenings don't need to ...
Sep 11 2007 11:17am
I like to do crunches and other floor exercises before work as I'm watching the mor ... more
Sep 24 2007 3:52pm
Stretching good or bad?! There are many recent studies and researched literature that have inconclusive evidence or contradict with other sources. More detailed evidence, especially pertaining to time, intensity, and repetiti ...
Jun 02 2007 1:01pm