I do it as a therapy. I do it as something to keep me alive. We all need a little discipline. Exercise is my discipline - Jack LaLanne
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The Difference Between Fitness and Exercise
Exercise is an important aspects of our lives. For some it is a new endurance race and for others its setting simple goals to improve their health. But, what really is the difference between being fit and actually exercising? Think of it like this, many people say the journey is important, not the destination. Now apply this to fitness. Exercising (the journey) is great but you need to be heading in the right direction (towards fitness)...
We all know that being fit and active is good for your physical and mental well-being. To achieve fitness you have to exercise, but it’s usually because you are aiming towards a goal or target. By exercising, you are enhancing your cardiovascular…
When It Comes To Exercise, 'All Movement Counts'
It's time to fact check exercise. The truth is that you don't have to be a marathoner or a gym rat to get meaningful health benefits from exercise.
Exercise After Covid-19? Take It Slow
Heart and lung damage can happen after even mild illness, prompting doctors to recommend caution before returning to your workout.
How the Pandemic Is Changing Our Exercise Habits
Many of us have been moving less since the pandemic began. But some, including many older men and women, seem to be moving more.
The three strength exercises everyone should do
Even if you’re not trying to get swole, these movements will help you with everyday movements.
What Your Choice of Exercise Says About You
You do pilates, do you? Bad news, I'm afraid! Very bad news!
Why You Shouldn't Exercise to Lose Weight
What’s more, while it’s not very helpful for melting away pounds, exercise can prevent weight gain and improve your appearance by increasing muscle mass and reducing visceral fat, the type indicated by a large waist that’s linked to heart disease and diabetes.
You don’t need more exercise, you just need to move
Over the course of human history, we’ve never been as sedentary as we are right now. And scientists say it could be killing us.
Dangers of a sedentary COVID-19 lockdown: Inactivity can take a toll on health in just two weeks
While most people are aware of the benefits of physical activity — increased muscle and strength, reduced risk of disease, better quality of life and a lower risk of death — we tend to be less aware of how damaging and expensive reduced physical activity can be.
Feeling sore after exercise? Here’s what science suggests helps (and what doesn’t)
Sleep is one of the best recovery strategies we have, because this is when most of the muscle repair and recovery takes place. Ensuring a regular sleep routine and aiming for around eight hours of sleep per night is a good idea.
The Best Exercises for Your 50s, 60s, 70s—and Beyond
These exercises engage multiple muscle groups and promote balance.
The science is in: exercise won’t help you lose much weight
One very underappreciated fact about exercise is that even when you work out, the extra calories you burn only account for a small part of your total energy expenditure.
Exercise after learning something firms up your memories along with muscles
Useful news for the next time you’re cramming for an exam: Physical exercise done four hours after learning something new helps solidify newly learned memories.
Exercise and the brain: three ways physical activity changes its very structure
Regular exercise changes the structure of our bodies’ tissues in obvious ways, such as reducing the size of fat stores and increasing muscle mass. Less visible, but perhaps even more important, is the profound influence exercise has on the structure of our brains – an influence that can protect and preserve brain health and function throughout life.
Exercise in Futility
What if physical activity doesn't help people lose weight? New research suggests working out might slow metabolism down.
Exercise is Medicine - Ask Alanis Morissette
Everyone has felt depressed at some point in their lives; whether you suffer from sporadic bouts of moodiness or full-blown depression the question is always - how do you pick yourself up when you're feeling down?
From Couch Potato To Fitness Buff: How I Learned To Love Exercise
Instead of seeing exercise as all or nothing, I started to think about it like climbing a ladder. It's OK to start at the bottom rung and work your way up. So I started with small bursts of movement throughout my day.
No sweat: When, how and how much should I exercise?
Moderate or vigorous? Long or short? Every day, or binging at the weekend? There are a lot of ways to burn calories – but some make more sense than others
Research Check: do we really need to do five times as much exercise as we’ve been told?
Reports stating people need to exercise five times as much risk discouraging the majority from engaging in achievable behaviours that are clearly good for their health. – Brigid Lynch and Paul Gardiner
Running From the Pain
Exercise can be a very effective way to treat depression. So why don’t American doctors prescribe it?
Should you walk or run for exercise? Here's what the science says.
All this research, while illuminating, didn’t offer up any clear conclusions on whether running or walking was better for you overall. So I asked some of the world’s leading researchers in this area. Their conclusion? You need to consider the trade-offs.
The Difference Between Fitness and Exercise
Exercise is an important aspects of our lives. For some it is a new endurance race and for others its setting simple goals to improve their health. But, what really is the difference between being fit and actually exercising?
11 Minutes of Exercise a Day May Help Counter the Effects of Sitting
The sweet spot for physical activity and longevity seemed to arrive at about 35 minutes a day of brisk walking or other moderate activities.
Exercise is like an addiction. Once you're in it, you feel like your body needs it - Elsa Pataky
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