Improve Your Health

14 Aug

So how much should you walk or do other exercise? Here’s what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends for adults: To improve your health, do 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity like:  Walking briskly (3 mph … Read More »

Move to Block the Blues

30 Mar

Exercise–no matter how little–is good for your mood. Even 20 to 30 minutes a day of light physical activities such as walking or gardening may help prevent depression, found a review of 30 scientific studies. Source: Remedy’s Healthy Living–Spring 2014

Toughen Up

16 Sep

Working out does more than build beautiful muscles. It’s a powerful tool for getting confidence, willpower, and grit. Grit is that inner toughness that gets you through life’s hiccups and heartbreaks. It gives you strength to push through the impossible. … Read More »

Exercise Run-off

19 Jun

You’re best off doing both aerobic exercise (like walking, cycling, or running) and strength training (like lifting weights). But what if you can barely get yourself to do just one? Researchers assigned roughly 150 overweight, sedentary adults with elevated LDL … Read More »