7 Exercise Tools Everyone Should Have

foam roller

June 15, 2018 | 86,492 Views

They work wonders for stiff and achy muscles - whether from tough workouts or leg cramps. Increases blood and lymphatic flow to the affected area and loosens tight muscles and tendons. Better yet, it costs mere pennies per time so it's highly affordable.

Chess Grandmasters Enjoy Same Longevity Advantage as Elite Athletes

chess grandmasters

June 15, 2018 | 24,329 Views

Research shows chess grandmasters enjoy greater longevity than the general population, nearly that of Olympic medalists. While the study didn't identify why, researchers identified several factors you may easily employ in your life.

Strength Training Can Relieve Depression

strength training can relieve depression

June 1, 2018 | 111,323 Views

And with 33 trials involving nearly 2,000 people, it's been proven to work beyond any shadow of a doubt. In one study, 80 percent experienced a significant reduction within 10 weeks - is this the most natural way to encourage the release of mood-boosting chemicals?

Exercise Four to Five Times a Week to Prevent Arterial Stiffness

exercise may reverse arterial stiffness

June 1, 2018 | 40,662 Views

There are an impressive number of benefits to exercise, including a reduction in arterial stiffness, a factor leading to hypertension and heart disease. I'll share a unique and simple exercise you can do anywhere. It's never too late to start!

How Walking Benefits Your Health and Longevity

How Walking Benefits Your Health and Longevity

May 18, 2018 | 203,193 Views

Want to extend your life span by 3 to 7 years by doing something enjoyable? And lower your risk for diabetes, depression, dementia, hormonal imbalances, arthritis, PMS, thyroid disorders, fatigue and constipation? Do it today to help slim down and boost your mood.

Spending Time in a Sauna Can Reduce Your Risk for a Stroke

sauna benefits

May 18, 2018 | 35,409 Views

Saunas are popular after a workout, but you may want to consider using one consistently for benefits beyond workout recovery. I'll share benefits you may expect, sauna options and cautions to consider when using a sauna.

Should You Exercise After a Heart Attack?

exercise after heart attack

May 4, 2018 | 198,237 Views

Until recently, it has been thought to be a trigger of heart attacks, but research has recently concluded it is the best preventative 'pill.' Don't be fooled by the cholesterol myth either, blocked arteries don't exist in 80 percent of cases - these are the 3 underlying causes.

Study Shows Link Between Strong Muscles and a Strong Brain

link between muscles and brain

May 4, 2018 | 48,328 Views

Researchers have found a strong link between physical strength and brain health. This may reduce your potential risk for dementia as you age. I'll give you several strategies to reduce your risk even further.

How Strength Training Changes Your Body for Good

How Strength Training Changes Your Body for Good

April 20, 2018 | 170,291 Views

And Type 2 diabetes, while making you less susceptible to osteoporosis and depression. Also makes you more likely to have a lower BMI and become a healthy eater - while slashing your risk of depression and sharpening your thinking skills.

Sore Muscles? Why You Should Exercise Anyway

Sore Muscles? Why You Should Exercise Anyway

April 20, 2018 | 38,401 Views

While somewhat annoying, and sometimes a sign you need to take a break from exercising, sore muscles are not always a reason you should skip your workout. In fact, they may be a sign that your workout is progressing and your muscles are being stressed in beneficial, health-boosting ways.

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