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Short Bout of Exercise Might Boost Your Memory

Exercise For Weight Loss 25th September 2018 0 Comments

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Sept. 24, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Just a little bit of light exercise can immediately improve a person’s memory, new Japanese research suggests. How little? The small study involved 36 healthy college-aged men and women and found that just 10 minutes of relaxed cycling on a stationary bike was all it took to improve…

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150 mins of exercise every week can reduce risk of Alzheimer's disease

Exercise For Weight Loss 25th September 2018 0 Comments

WASHINGTON D.C. [USA]: Exercise may delay cognitive decline in people with rare Alzheimer’s disease (AD), suggests a study. For individuals carrying a genetic mutation that causes AD, engaging in at least 2.5 hours of physical activity per week may have beneficial effects on markers of Alzheimer’s disease brain changes and may delay cognitive decline. According to the authors, these results…

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The Bare Minimum of Exercise Needed for a Brain Boost Is Very Reasonable

Exercise For Weight Loss 24th September 2018 0 Comments

There’s no shortage of research saying that exercise is good for our brains. And those who do exercise can’t deny that it provides a sense of clarity and sharpness that’s hard to find elsewhere. But most of us are fundamentally lazy and can’t help but wonder: What is the absolute bare minimum you can do, and still reap the huge…

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Strenuous Exercise When You're Angry Might Do More Harm Than Help, Study Says

Exercise For Weight Loss 24th September 2018 0 Comments

Most think a good workout can help you blow off steam, but researchers have found strenuous exercise while angry can raise the risk of a heart attack for some people. The study looked at more than 12,000 heart attacks in 52 countries. Researchers asked participants if they engaged in heavy exertion within an hour before their heart attack, and if they…

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Sunday Seniors: Falling Is Serious Risk for Seniors, but Exercise Helps

Exercise For Weight Loss 24th September 2018 0 Comments

Lebanon — The statistics about falls involving senior citizens are troubling: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 4 adults 65 and older fall each year, and the numbers are rising. There’s more: Every 20 minutes an older adult dies because of a fall (more than 27,000 a year), 1 in 5 falls cause a serious…

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How To Prevent Exercise Headaches & Workout Migraines With These 8 Hacks

Exercise For Weight Loss 24th September 2018 0 Comments

If you’ve been avoiding your exercise routine because working up sweat also means working up a headache or migraine, you don’t have to embrace a sedentary lifestyle to remain headache-free. In fact, there are actually some hacks to prevent a workout headache or migraine so you can continue to hit the gym, trail, or the bike path on the regular.…

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Fat in one part of your body is particularly dangerous for your health — here's what an exercise scientist says you can …

Exercise For Weight Loss 23rd September 2018 0 Comments

Reducing belly fat will make you healthier.Shutterstock/Jacob Lund Fat that accumulates around your gut — belly fat — is particularly bad for your health. Researchers think that may be because belly fat is a sign that a person has more visceral fat, which accumulates around organs and impairs their function. Two key ways to reduce belly fat are a healthy…

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There's a reason you should plan to exercise in the morning instead of at night, according to execs and CEOs

Exercise For Weight Loss 23rd September 2018 0 Comments

F8 studio/Shutterstock Some of the most successful people wake up early to exercise first thing in the morning.  This is because they have priorities they must tackle, and early mornings are the time when they have the most control of their schedules. If there is something important they need to do, they make sure to do it first. The following…

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Here's how much you need to exercise to work off a Pumpkin Spice Latte

Exercise For Weight Loss 23rd September 2018 0 Comments

Tis the season to drink really ridiculously sugary, fattening drinks and call them coffee. Various Pumpkin Spice flavored drinks are not only all over the coffee giants like Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts but also at all of your favorite smaller chains that you prided yourself on being unique for going to. You cannot escape the PSL. But exactly how bad…

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How to burn belly fat FAST: Three simple exercises to help you lose weight

Exercise For Weight Loss 23rd September 2018 0 Comments

If you want to achieve a toned tum, you’re probably going to have to sweat it out. While many say that abs are made in the kitchen, exercising is the best way to burn belly fat fast. So which exercises should you be doing to shape up? Here’s how high intensity interval training could accelerate your weight loss journey. Related…

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Why a workout buddy or an exercise class keeps you on track

Exercise For Weight Loss 22nd September 2018 0 Comments

Having trouble staying on track with your fitness routine? If so, you’re definitely not alone. Most of us at some point struggle with the quality, consistency, and enjoyment of our workouts. This is why having a workout partner, or exercising in a group can be so beneficial. Rather than tackling a challenge alone, you team up, and as they say…

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Motivating students to exercise

Exercise For Weight Loss 22nd September 2018 0 Comments

Photos by Mike Lamb Hy-Vee KidsFit trainer Daira Driftmier leads third through sixth graders with different exercises on Thursday inside the recreation/athletic facility on the Southwest Minnesota State University campus morning. MARSHALL — “Back on your feet,” Daira Driftmier shouts. Immediately, nearly a thousand third through sixth-grade students jump up into position. They are spread entirely around a stage set…

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Want to exercise but can't get off the couch? Study says our brains are wired to be lazy

Exercise For Weight Loss 21st September 2018 0 Comments

VANCOUVER, B.C. — Laying on the couch is too easy, getting to the gym is a struggle. Sound like you? “The population is actually becoming more inactive,” says Matt Boisgontier. The University of British Columbia researcher and his team began observing us, and our habits when it comes to exercise. They noticed we all made some an effort to exercise.…

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Two Minutes of High-intensity Exercise Provides Same Benefit As 30-minute Moderate Workout

Exercise For Weight Loss 21st September 2018 0 Comments

Exercising intensely for a few minutes could offer the same health benefits as working out at a moderate pace for a longer period of time, according to research.  The theory centers around how different forms of exercise affect our mitochondria. Commonly referred to as the powerhouse of our cells, mitochondria are in charge of transforming what we eat into fuel. Evidence…

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How You Can Hack Your Sleep with Exercise

Exercise For Weight Loss 21st September 2018 0 Comments

Regular exercise has tons of well-documented health benefits, but have you considered how much impact your afternoon workout has on your nightly snooze? New research indicates that exercise — particularly moderate to intense exercise, whether it be cardio, strength training or yoga — may also help you sleep better. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Sleep is one thing we could…

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More evidence exercise may be good for your mood

Exercise For Weight Loss 21st September 2018 0 Comments

(Reuters Health) – People who exercise may experience symptoms of mental health disorders less often, a U.S. study suggests. FILE PHOTO: A woman is seen jogging at Cunningham Park in the borough of Queens in New York, September 16, 2014. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/File Photo That may be true even when the exercise involves doing household chores, researchers found. The study team…

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Police looking for mannequin on training exercise find real body

Exercise For Weight Loss 20th September 2018 0 Comments

A police team practising recovery drills stumbled upon a real body during the training exercise. Officers had been searching for a strategically-placed mannequin on the Pawtuxet River, Rhode Island. However the session became a real recovery operation when they spotted something unusual under a bridge. Officers had been practicing body-recovery drills in the Pawtuxet River, Rhode Island, as they do…

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