Hula Hoop Your Way To A Happier Healthier You!
I have a super fun idea to keep you healthy and happy through the holidays.It’s simple. Hula Hoop.Reduce Your Risk of Stroke With These Exercises
Strokes are increasingly becoming a health issue with many people around the world. It used to be thought of as an old person’s disease, and certainly our risk of stroke increases as we age, especially after the age of 55 years. But according to the latest statistics young people are increasingly at risk. They show that the rates of stroke for people under 55 have nearly doubled from 1993 to 2005.Three Great Exercise Routines to Build Your Core
Keeping your core muscles strong and flexible are an important part to maintaining an active lifestyle, particularly as we age. Core muscle strength not only can help relieve lower back pain, but improves flexibility and balance, which makes things that we love to do like travel and sports a pleasure to do. Plus keeping better balance prevent injury from falls and pulled muscles, aggravations that can put a damper on our lifestyle.Recovering From Surgery May Take Special Effort
Recovering from surgery may be easy at times, but usually it requires a good amount of effort in doing the physical therapy necessary to bring the body back to its original state. Being willing to do the exercises and rehab suggested is advised to obtain a full recovery. It often requires special effort.3 Simple Exercises to Help Fight the Holiday Bulge
If you want to test your self-control, toss a holiday in it’s path! Obviously, portion control is the best answer to holding back those extra pounds from attaching to our midsection like a leech, but the odds of being successful at that are pretty darn bad. So, check out these three exercises that will help you shed that excess turkey fat.