A brisk stroll for 30 minutes a few times a week could add 3.4 healthy years to our lives. A study by the U.S. National Cancer Institute shows that just adding minutes of physical activity per week can extend our lifespan.
Read about Kathy’s journey to find the right equipment to avoid foot pain and blistered feet as she trained for a half-marathon. It’s not too late to start a new form of exercise. If you run into issues be persistent and find out how you can be successful.
Losing Balance More Often?
Discover How a Fitness Stability Ball can Improve Balance and Our Midlife Health
Discover how a fitness stability ball can improve balance and stability. During middle age, we start losing muscle mass, which can impact our core body strength and make us less stable throughout the day. Find out how to slow this deterioration, which can make us susceptible to falls and injuries as we age.
What do you do when you are feeling stressed out? Do you hit the couch or the pavement? We hope you choose the pavement, put your sneakers on and push out the stress. You will see more benefits than you can imagine.
Guess what? It’s okay to resist exercising. In fact, a resistance workout can be a great way to strengthen and maintain your muscles as we age. As we enter middle age, we can start losing 5 pounds of muscles every decade. Find out how simple resistance exercises can slow down this loss.
Getting into the mindset of fitness and examining the typical excuses used to avoid the process.
Drew Carey inpired me to hit the gym a little harder, and how that inspiration came to him through vin talks about how a habit of everyday life. Even though Drew was in his midlife he still made changes and has gone from heavy to healthy. He is a great inspiration to me and men who are middle aged.
Wonder what the world would be like without Sofas, Davenports, Couches, Divans, and the like? Well get up off of yours and find out!