As you become more physically fit, most people feel physical activity gives them more energy than they had before.
Regular physical activity can help lose extra pounds, reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, and help control blood pressure.
Regular physical activity can help lessen a diabetic's need for insulin and boost the level of "good" HDL cholesterol in the body.
Social support from friends and family has positively and consistently been related to regular physical activity
Lower body weight lifting is just as important, if not more important than upper body.
Relieve the stress on your knees by varying your cardio workouts with different machines (other than the treadmill).
Running on a treadmill puts just as much strain on your knees as running on pavement.
Swimming is a great sport for toning the body, and increasing your lung capacity.
Ab machines do not make you lose belly fat. Cardio and Strength training do!
The slogan "no pain=no gain" has no truth to it. You should never feel pain while working out.