Most of us have heard that exercise can improve our health. Lower risk of cancer and disease, better memory, and a longer lifespan are just a few of the vast amount of benefits that stem from regular physical activity. But have you ever wondered if you’re doing enough to get these powerful health benefits? After all, a reduced risk of cancer and a longer lifespan are things that you can’t easily see or measure. This is one reason why we rely on the latest research to tell us how much exercise we need. Here is what science tells us is the best amount for better health: The American Heart ..
Here’s a staggering statistic: Average Americans spends 90 percent of their time indoors, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Most of that time is spent sitting at work in front of a computer or sitting on the couch at home watching television. And it’s making us sick. The reason: The air inside our homes is often filled with allergens and other contaminants and it zaps away our energy and, sometimes, our health. The Health Benefits of Exercising Outside Any workout is a good workout, no matter if you’re pushing iron in the weight room, running on the treadmill or w..
How many times have you heard that phrase “no pain, no gain”? A lot, right? For whatever reason, many people think that to achieve fitness and health goals they have to make every workout feel-like-you’re-dying intense. Even worse: They also assume that exercising to the brink of exhaustion every day shows how dedicated they are. The truth? Rest and yes, sleep is the key to achieving your fitness goals. Why getting enough sleep is important if you workout It might sound counterintuitive, but sleep is the “magic ingredient” that can really make all your time in the gym or on the tra..
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