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Monday, August 14, 2017 Exercise
Why Should People Exercise: The Truth About Its Benefits to You
Exercise is one of those things we all just know we should be doing: growing up, our teachers, mothers, and even public service announcements on TV have been drilling into our heads the idea that we need to get out there and exercise. Trouble is: who has the time for it? And after all – why should we? What’s in it for us?
“Exercise” sounds like a have-to word instead of a want-to word. That’s why people who actually like to exercise tend to call it working out, playing or going to the gym. On the other hand, people who resist it call it exercise.
“Why should people exercise,” you ask? Here are 6 benefits of exercise you should know about:
1. Weight loss:
When many people think of exercise, the benefit of...Read More
Friday, August 11, 2017 Exercise
Is Your Skin Reaping These Benefits From Exercise?
When you think of exercise, do you think of toning your body? Maybe you think of losing weight or building muscles. Maybe your doctor has told you that you nave to exercise for health reasons.
There are a number of things that people think of when they think of exercise, but skin care is usually not one of them. I have seen the skin care benefits of exercise firsthand. My oldest son has been experiencing severe acne and recently joined the cross-country running team at his high school. After three weeks of running daily with the team, he has already begun to show a major difference in his skin.
Acne sufferers are not the only people that have their skin benefit from exercise...Read More
Tuesday, August 8, 2017 Exercise
Harness The Psychological Benefits Of Exercise And Thrive
If you know people who exercise on a regular basis, you may notice that they seem a bit happier and carry themselves with a spring in their step. This is because exercise is beneficial for both the body and the mind. With all the self-help books on the market and the personal health industry becoming more well known and in the mainstream, more people are realizing that personal enrichment is healthy and positive and necessary for a harmonious and balanced life. The connection between exercise and our mental health is becoming very clear. While exercise is excellent for getting in shape physically, it can also help get you into shape mentally.
So what can exercise do for your mind?
Saturday, August 5, 2017 Exercise
Just a Little Activity Helps Severely Obese Get the Benefits of Exercise
You’ve heard time and time again how good exercise is for you… but if you’re carrying a few extra pounds working out like a maniac isn’t something you’re probably comfortable doing. Thankfully new research says that you don’t have to work up a sweat to get the benefits of exercise.
You see, the study presented at the Obesity Society annual scientific meeting in early October found that even a little bit of exercise – 1 hour a week – delivers an improvement in quality of life and makes everyday tasks easier for severely obese people. Even those who think they’re past caring (or helping) should be encouraged to get active according to the results of this study.
“This study speaks to the im...Read More