If you’re too busy for a fitness plan, try HIT (High Intensity Interval Training) or SIT (Sprint Interval Training). HIT supposedly works for any age or fitness level. Exercise scientists came up with those names; that’s why they sound harder … Continue reading
Risk factors for early death such as having high blood pressure or a high body mass index are now joined by the risk factor of low muscle strength. Early death means dying before 55 years old.
Researchers from Northumbria University have found that you can burn up to 20% more body fat if you exercise in the right way at the right time of day…
According to medical studies, here are 5 fast facts about weight loss, health and fitness…
In Brazil, doctors tested over 2000 men and women from 51 to 80 years old with a simple musculoskeletal fitness test that took just a minute or two to perform. But the test was remarkably accurate in predicting the risk … Continue reading
Moderate cardio exercise is believed to make your life longer and healthier. But when is vigorous exercise too much of a good thing?
When it comes to healthy exercise, it turns out that 7 may be your child’s lucky number if he or she is between 9 and 17 years old. And it’s surprisingly easy to do…
If you’re having trouble losing weight and sticking with an exercise routine, your cell phone may be your new best friend.
If your exercise habits aren’t the best, it may be the fault of your fingers. Yep, voluntary exercise has been linked to the length of your fingers in a new study from the University of Alberta and the University of … Continue reading
If you’re over 50 and worried about your memory, there may be a simple solution to help you.