The CDC recommends about 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week. That includes aerobic exercise. If you break it down, it can be five days of 30 minutes of aerobic exercise or three days of 50 minutes of aerobic exercise, for example.
Today, I am going to take you through a quick 15-minute workout that you can do anywhere, anytime. All you might need is a set of weights, but, honestly, weights aren't super necessary either.
Training for a race is a great way to get in shape if you are just beginning an exercise routine. A half marathon, or 13.1 miles, may seem like a lofty goal if you are a novice runner, but with the right training schedule and a great pair of running shoes, you’ll be crossing the finish line in no time.
February is American Heart Month, and today we are going to talk about four things we can do every day to improve the health of our hearts. What healthy habits should you focus on every day?
Are you making physical fitness a priority? Setting a new goal to build strength? Or improve your mobility, balance, or stamina? To know how far you've come, you need to first find out where you are right now. Then, you can track your progress over time.
Osteoporosis impacts more than 14 million people over the age of 50. If it's something you're worried about, or maybe already dealing with, what kinds of exercises should you focus on? Here are a few suggestions. Watch the video below and read on for a recap.
Everyone is aging. Hopefully, we do with health and vitality, and it's never too late to get started. One important aspect of aging well is maintaining your balance and strength. Check out these three simple exercises you can use whenever you need to squeeze in a little physical activity.
Have you recently gotten an exercise bike? Maybe you're considering one? Peloton is the most popular brand, along with Echelon and NordicTrack. If those are too expensive, you can even create a do-it-yourself exercise bike with a few tricks and a little effort.