So the good news about exercise continues–including this article that is showing a reversal of muscle loss as well as increased mental acuity and mood! There is no substitute for exercise–find some activity within your body’s ability and try and grow from there. A good trainer can be very helpful, […]
Research is revealing that keeping trim as we age may respond better to adding “weights” to our exercise regimes than even to cutting calories. Check out this article!
Check out this article summarizing the benefits to exercising outdoors. One you may be surprise about is that exercising outdoors tends to reduce the risk of injury! And what perfect weather we’ve been having to move and shake outdoors!! To your health.
I just learned about this new “twist” on yoga to further its therapeutic benefits: Goat Yoga!! Unfortunately for us Portland-Vancouver folks, the locations would be a bit of a commute. Hoping that closer options will become available. Check out their website at http://www.goatyoga.net/goat-therapy/
More good news about exercise and brain health! Regular exercise does help the brain function. The down-side is that skipping exercise, even for just 10 days, can reduce its benefits. So think twice before skipping that work-out or fun physical activity. For your body and your brain!!
You’ve probably already heard the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle, including sitting at your desk all day! Good to know is that even “fidgeting” can reduce some of the risks! And there still is no substitute for adequate movement and exercise! 🙂 Check out this article.
You’ve heard me say this before (OK, read it on this site 😉 )–there is just no substitute for exercise when it comes to our health. Here is another article to help motivate us!
A significant number of women (and men, too) begin to suffer from mood-swings as they approach mid-life. Contributing factors are hormone changes, poor sleep, and stress. Sound familiar?? Exercise is at the top of the list to combat this. In addition, inclusion of small amounts of grain may support serotonin […]
Having a difficult time getting your exercise in? Seems like walking may be just the ticket!! Park or take the bus to about 1.5 miles from your office and walk the rest of the way! That way, you can start and end your work-day with this “superfood”! Read more here.
There just is no denying it–we are meant to exercise! This study reveals that exercise even helps chemo shrink cancerous tumors.