Date: September 24, 2014
Source: University of Eastern Finland
Scaling maximal oxygen uptake and maximal workload by body weight confounds measures of cardiorespiratory fitness, a recent study has shown. 232 more words
Date: September 18, 2014
Source: University of Pennsylvania
Study after study has proven it true: exercise is good for you. But new research suggests that exercise may have an added benefit for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. 23 more words
“Our initial research hypothesis was that trained muscle would produce a substance with beneficial effects on the brain. We actually found the opposite: well-trained muscle produces an enzyme that purges the body of harmful substances. 34 more words
Hi everybody! Did you think I fell off the face of the earth? I know, I did too. Seriously, I moved. I know there are all you 20 somethings out there, moving all the time and still keeping up on your blogs, your kids, and making it all look easy, but I’m not 20 anymore. 923 more words
It’s great to know we can all do things like eating healthy and exercising to look good as we age. 25 more words
Okay, so, it’s the start of the weekend…IT’S FRIDAY!!!!
And hey, I’m sure you all have plans. Big Friday Night Plans!
But hey! If you can spare yourself a few minutes (which you should, because you owe it to yourself) you should give this little Friday Workout a whirl (that’s, of course, if you don’t already have plans for a Friday workout). 129 more words
We have all heard about working out to look good and help keep the flub at bay. I have found that there are many ‘other’ benefits of regular exercise for voice and on-camera talent, that don’t get much press, if any. 402 more words