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Healthy Lifestyle Fitness Proper walking technique A fitness stride requires good posture and purposeful movements.
By Thom Rieck You know it's important to get 150 minutes of cardiovascular exercise each week, the amount recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine.
Healthy Lifestyle Fitness Could ankle weights help me get more out of my usual walking routine? Answer From Edward R. Laskowski, M.D. Ankle weights generally aren't recommended for brisk walking. Although ankle weights can increase the energy you bur...
Healthy Lifestyle Fitness Assessing flexibility in the legs, hips and lower back The sit-and-reach test is a simple way to measure the flexibility of the backs of your legs, your hips and your lower back.
Healthy Lifestyle Fitness Features of a walking shoe Achilles tendon protector. Reduces stress on the Achilles tendon by locking the shoe around the heel. Heel collar. Cushions the ankle and ensures proper fit. Upper. Holds the shoe on your foot and ...
Healthy Lifestyle Fitness What are barefoot running shoes? Are they better than traditional running shoes? Answer From Edward R. Laskowski, M.D. Multimedia Barefoot running shoes One of the more recent trends among runners, barefoot running shoes loo...
Aerobic exercise training can increase brain volumes and is associated with decreased risk for degenerative brain conditions.
Vigorous aerobic exercise includes activities such as running and aerobic dancing.
Most aerobic and strength training programs involve tightening and contraction of your muscles.
For most healthy adults, the Department of Health and Human Services recommends these exercise guidelines Aerobic activity.
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