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How Exercise Can Help You Sleep Better
How Exercise Can Help You Sleep Better

The amount of physical activity that you expend during the day is a key ingredient to helping you sleep restfully at night.

Fitness For New Moms
Fitness For New Moms

Becoming a new mother is certainly one way to incorporate more exercise into your life! From lifting to bending to picking up items, to carrying seems like you never have a chance to sit still now that your precious bundle has arrived!

Senior Fitness
Senior Fitness

Staying fit and mobile plays a large role in senior health. Its not always easy to maintain fitness levels as we age. Naturally, our bodies change, but we don't want them becoming immobile! Here are some tips to make your senior years more enjoyable and fit.

No Time For Exercise? Try This!
No Time For Exercise? Try This!

Fitness is an elusive term covering a vast array of attributes: flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, strength, power, balance, coordination, body-fat percentage and more. While its generally accepted that multiple 30-60 minute sessions per week are optimal for producing results, the truth is that its possible to do a great amount in far less time.

10 Fun Ways To Become More Active Every Day
10 Fun Ways To Become More Active Every Day

You know you should be getting some sort of exercise when you know of all the health benefits that come with a more active lifestyle. You've tried the whole Gym thing, but it just wasn't for you. The temptation to just sit in front of the TV, to curl up with a good book, or to spend a little extra time at your computer is just too big. Who wants to head to the gym right now anyway?

How To Lower Your Back Pain
How To Lower Your Back Pain

Chronic back pain afflicts millions of people worldwide. And for those who suffer consistently from sore, stiff, even traumatized back muscles and spinal joints, it can be debilitating. There are many causes to back pain including poor posture, week abdominal muscles, misaligned spinal column, lack of chair support when seated, nonsupporting bed or pillow, and certainly stress and anxiety which gets localized in the body in the back. Regardless of what is causing your back to be consistently sore, you're...