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Exercise improves mental health? What you need to know

Exercise For Weight Loss 14th August 2018 0 Comments

August 14, 2018 Posted By Categories Joy Victory is Deputy Managing Editor of HealthNewsReview.org. She tweets at @thejoyvictory. Last week, HealthDay News (and many other news sites) covered a study from The Lancet Psychiatry looking at the association between exercise and depression. People who said they exercised tended to report fewer days of poor mental health compared to those who…

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Why You Should Try Using Sliders in Your Next Workout

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When I walk into a fitness studio, I'm typically excited—hair pulled back, water bottle in hand, and ready to sweat. I say "typically," because there's one dreaded piece of equipment that makes me want to turn around and head straight back to the locker room: sliders (sometimes also referred to as gliders). Those hand- and foot-sized discs that help you…

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More Evidence Exercise Improves Mental Health

Exercise For Weight Loss 14th August 2018 0 Comments

Individuals who exercise regularly have superior mental health compared to those who do not exercise, new research suggests. Investigators studied data for 1.2 million US adults and found that those who exercised had 1.5 fewer days of poor mental health during the past month than their physically inactive matched counterparts. Amid the wide range of activity included in the study,…

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15 fitness 'tips' that are doing more harm than good

Exercise For Weight Loss 13th August 2018 0 Comments

Shutterstock/ESB Professional Regular exercise is essential for health, but there’s tons of conflicting fitness advice out there. Those misconceptions range from outdated ideas about weight lifting to popular myths about the proper time to dedicate to a workout. Make sure you’re not falling into any of these common workout traps. When even researchers seem conflicted on exercise subjects ranging from…

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Planning a break from exercise? Think twice

Exercise For Weight Loss 13th August 2018 0 Comments

At the height of summer, naps at the beach can be alluring, and many of us may find ourselves tempted to take prolonged vacations from exercise. But two new admonitory studies involving both older and younger adults who temporarily cut back on their physical activity indicate that the metabolic consequences of not moving much for a few weeks can be…

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Diabetes type 2 warning – the one thing you must do after exercising or risk foot problem

Exercise For Weight Loss 13th August 2018 0 Comments

Type 2 diabetes is caused by the pancreas not producing enough of the hormone insulin, or the body not reacting to insulin. The condition can lead to a loss of feeling in the extremities, including the hands or feet. When diabetes patients go for a long walk, it’s crucial that they check their feet afterwards, warned charity Diabetes UK. Seeing…

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Stretching Plays a Surprisingly Important Role in Weight Loss And Exercise. Here's How

Exercise For Weight Loss 12th August 2018 0 Comments

There seems to be a lot of confusion regarding the value – or lack thereof – of muscle stretching to accelerate recovery after exercise. “Stretching clears out your lactic acid,” and other similar claims abound. Is any of this true? Sort of. First, it is important to understand the difference between stretching for recovery and stretching for remodeling. Recovery During…

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Want to lose weight? Fitness blogger says 24 minutes of exercise is all you need

Exercise For Weight Loss 12th August 2018 0 Comments

THINK you don't have time to get fit? Think again. An Aussie fitness blogger has revealed her tips for staying trim, and she says you need just 24 minutes in the gym. Sounds pretty manageable to us. Laura Henshaw has built a fitness empire called Keep It Cleaner with her fellow model Stephanie Claire Smith. “People think that 24 minutes…

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Can You "Hold On to Sixteen" Longer? Exercise is Key

Exercise For Weight Loss 11th August 2018 0 Comments

Promoting a lifestyle that includes regular physical activity may result in younger self-perceived subjective age in older adults, according to new research presented by Matthew Hughes on August 9 at the 126th annual convention of the American Psychological Association (Aug. 9-12, 2018) in San Francisco, California. In his lecture, “Taking Steps to Feel Younger,” Hughes shared the preliminary results of ‘subjective aging’ research he conducted in the Boston…

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5 things you should always do after exercise to speed up weight loss

Exercise For Weight Loss 11th August 2018 0 Comments

As soon as you slip off your trainers after a workout, your body starts repairing the “damage” you did to your muscles. In fact, it’s actually this recovery process – not exercise itself – that makes you stronger and leaner, says exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist Dr Stacy Sims. “To speed your results, research shows that what you do when…

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This Is the Least Amount of Exercise You Need to Live Longer

Exercise For Weight Loss 10th August 2018 0 Comments

Emily DiNuzzoAug 10 Nope, you don’t necessarily need hours and hours of workouts to reap the benefits of exercise. William Perugini/Shutterstock Exercise benefits, such as lowering cholesterol or boosting your mood, aren’t anything you haven’t heard of before. But if you need even more workout motivation, know that just a few minutes of exercise a day could help you live…

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Hilaria Baldwin Just Shared Her Go-To Exercise For 'Better Sex'

Exercise For Weight Loss 10th August 2018 0 Comments

Hilaria Baldwin is well known on Instagram for her daily workout videos. From morning stretches to abs exercises, the yoga instructor has her fitness game down. Her latest video, shared via Instagram on Thursday, showcases a pelvic floor move that “everyone must do.” One of the perks? Better sex. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below In the video, Hilaria starts off…

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Exercise for mental health: How much is too much?

Exercise For Weight Loss 10th August 2018 0 Comments

Many studies suggest that exercising can help people deal with mental health issues and boost well-being. A new observational study — the largest of its kind to date — confirms this, but it also extends a caution: too much exercise may negatively affect mental health. New research finds that you can get too much exercise and explains how much physical…

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