20 FEBRUARY 2017

At-Home Workouts

No time to get to the gym? Signing up for a membership isn’t in the budget? Don’t sweat it. You can get a good workout without setting foot in a fitness center

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25 JANUARY 2017

Get Fit: 5 Secrets to Exercising During Menopause

Put yourself and your exercise routine on the top of your to-do list. Start today! Ditch the exercise excuses and celebrate yourself with a healthy workout!

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26 DECEMBER 2016

Exercising: How much is too much?

Working out can be fun for some, and the pain that comes with a good workout, euophoric for others. But how much is too much? Would you know how to tell the difference?

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Even in your 90s, exercise can help

A new study has found that even people well into their 90s can benefit from regular strength and endurance training.

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7 MARCH 2016

Regular Exercise Could Help Protect Your Sight

Researchers from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health found that people who exercise three or more times a week have a 58 percent decreased odds of becoming visually impaired, compared with sedentary people, after adjusting for age

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29 FEBRUARY 2016

How Fit Are You, Really?

Whether you’re a total beginner or totally advanced, these seven fitness assessments lay the groundwork for what it means to be fit in different categories — from strength to cardio to total-body conditioning. That means there’s no more faking fitness! Tackle these tests to figure out, once and for all, how fit you really are.

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15 FEBRUARY 2016

Exercise Reverses Skin’s Aging Process, Study Finds

In a small study, researchers at McMaster University in Ontario found that exercise may not only keep skin younger, but may also reverse skin aging, even in people who take up exercise later in life, according to The New York Times.

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12 FEBRUARY 2016

Making a break for fitness

We all know regular exercise is important, but finding time to do it isn’t always easy, especially if you have a long commute, work irregular shift patterns or have children, or other dependants, to look after.

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The Case For Lifting Heavy

For all of the cardio you’ve logged, all of the creative twists on bodyweight training you’ve tried, all of the yoga, plyometrics and circuit workouts, there’s a staple that might not have always been en vogue, but has never, ever failed to deliver.

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Are Exercise Injuries More Common In The Cold?

Cold weather certainly can increase your risk of straining or tearing something. That’s because the lower temps cause our muscles to tighten a little bit more.

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