Exercising After Recovering From the Flu
August 18, 2020 |
You should never work out if you have a fever, even if it’s just a low-grade fever. Your basal body temperature will already be higher in an effort to ward off viruses or bacteria, so working out will only raise your body temperature even further. This can put you at serious risk for passing out […]Read More
How Many Minutes of Exercise Do You Need Per Day?
August 13, 2020 |
How many minutes you exercise in a day depends on what your exercise goals are. If your goal is to lose weight, you may need to exercise between 150 to 250 minutes per day with moderate intensity each week in order to lose weight. That comes out to about half an hour of exercise every […]Read More
Is It Better to Exercise Longer or Harder?
August 11, 2020 |
If you’re starting your fitness journey for the first time or simply beginning to work out again, you may have a few questions regarding a workout routine. This issue is very common and one that you can either get very right or very wrong. Therefore, it is incredibly important to research your options before starting […]Read More
What Are Some of the Benefits of Trying Different Types of Physical Activities and Exercises?
August 6, 2020 |
Physical health is directly correlated to your mental health. This is critical because your mental wellbeing will give you the motivation to follow through with trying different kinds of exercises or physical activities. Physical activity has a host of other benefits in addition to being phenomenal for your overall mental health. Doing different exercises […]Read More
How to Have an Active Lifestyle
August 4, 2020 |
Having an active lifestyle is essential because it improves your quality of life, boosts energy levels, and lowers health risks. To have an active lifestyle, you should look for simple ways to add movement including performing jumping jacks during commercials and parking further away from the door entrance. Other ways to have an active lifestyle […]Read More
Why Your Teen Should Fit Fitness Into Their Summer Schedule
August 4, 2020 |
Your teen may like to sit back, relax and watch some TV during the summer, but you should make sure that he or she still gets some exercise. It’s good to have time to relax and have fun, but some exercise will be good for your teen. Here are some of the benefits your […]Read More
4 Tips For a Safe and Effective Solo Outdoor Exercise
July 28, 2020 |
Outdoor exercise offers the same physical benefits of a gym exercise but with the added therapeutic benefits that being out in nature provides. Exercising outside alone, however, can also present safety and health hazards you should be prepared for. Unpredictable and sudden changes in weather, hazardous and uneven roads, muggers and irresponsible drivers and other […]Read More
5 Tips for Safe Exercise During the Extreme Heat of Summer
July 23, 2020 |
Heatstroke is a serious condition that involves having a body temperature of 104 degrees or higher and often comes with feeling disoriented or confused. This is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition that should be avoided at all costs. Before you get to this extreme point, your body will often alert you that you need […]Read More
Best Time of the Day to Exercise During the Summertime
July 21, 2020 |
It is important to remain active on a daily basis regardless of what the temperature is. However, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t tailor your exercise routine to ensure that you can run, walk, or bike without hurting yourself. Let’s take a look at some of the best times of day to exercise during the […]Read More
How Do You Know When Your Workout Should Be Over?
July 16, 2020 |
Working out has always been about pushing limits. That’s how experienced athletes get the most gains. However, for the rest of us, it may not always be wise to go full tilt. There are real-life concerns to consider, like having to work or take care of a family. If you get too sore to walk, […]Read More