Latest Physical exercise Stories
Running can significantly reduce a person’s risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, but you don’t have to be preparing for a marathon to see the benefits, according to a new study appearing in Monday’s edition of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
The Metabolic Enhancement Training review that was just updated by Vkool.com reveals Scott Abel’s bodybuilding program that promises efficiency in losing weight and building muscle at the same
Dr. Sherrita Bhagan-Bruno of ColumbiaDoctors of the Hudson Valley Offers Exercise Tips for Your Heart and Your Well-Being Suffern, N.Y.
A pair of studies performed by US and French institutions explains that if you can convince yourself that your exercise is a fun activity rather than a grueling task, you are more likely to maintain a healthier diet.
This July and throughout summer 2014, SF Custom Chiropractic’s treating doctors encourage families in the Bay Area to be physically active to promote health and wellness.
As we have become a more technological society, we have also become a more sedentary society. We already know that this is one of the major causes of obesity, but it affects our bodies in many other ways.
According to a new study published in the journal Neurology, taking regular brisk walks may help bring relief to those coping with Parkinson’s disease.
TrekDesk continues its campaign to change the sedentary lifestyle progression in America.
A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association reveals a possible link to premature death in adults who watch too much television. Adults who watch at least three or more hours of TV per day, double the risk of early death by any cause, according to the study.
Since physical fitness is an important part of recovery, a graduate of the Narconon Program recently entered a contest to share his successes with others, providing encouragement and incentive
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