Too often for many of us, exercise feels like a punishment for overeating or being sedentary. These three tips will help you turn exercise from a punishment into a reward.
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Incorporating a warm-up and cool down is a great way to slowly increase your total time of exercise, decrease the risk of injury, and improve workout performance.
CrossFit is a workout formed of varied functional movements performed at a high intensity. It’s built on the foundation of strength and conditioning workouts that challenge your fitness in many ways.
Changing the way you exercise, or partaking in regular exercise can have a positive impact on the outcome of osteoporosis for both men and women.
Gyms do not have to be intimidating. Here are three ways to help you feel more confident about joining and/or getting to the gym.
For both runners and bikers clothing, hydration, and traction are key for winter workouts. Follow these three safety tips to stay safe while staying active.
When it comes to exercise there is no one size fits all approach. So how do you know what’s right for you?
It might be easy for us to think about and list the benefits of exercise. There’s the increased energy, better outlook, blood pressure regulation, maintaining or decreasing body weight, among others.
Here is a dorm room workout routine and some great exercises for those short on time and space.
When many things are competing for our time, how do people make the time and stay motivated to exercise? There are lots of little tips and tricks to make exercise easier and more convenient, and in doing so that can make it more motivating and easier to maintain. Here are three types of motivation that might be right for you.