75 Percent of American Teens Do Not Exercise Enough

75 Percent of American Teens Do Not Exercise Enough

According to troubling new data, 75 percent of adolescents in the United States are not receiving enough physical activity. Interestingly, researchers from the University of Georgia have shown that a lack of physical activity is particularly prevalent among teenage females.…
Exercises to Help You Lose Your Gut in Your 60s

Exercises to Help You Lose Your Gut in Your 60s

The average American gains about one pound per year after age 25, according to the National Institutes of Health. Although this may not sound like much, it adds up to a lot of extra fat over the years. The most…
Why All Runners Should Try Water Running

Why All Runners Should Try Water Running

Running in water is a great way to add variety to your exercise routine. Running in water may help you run faster and farther, improve your cardiovascular health, burn more calories and reduce muscle soreness after exercise. The Benefits of…
Indoor Exercise Can Lead To A Higher Risk Of Infectious Diseases

Indoor Exercise Can Lead To A Higher Risk Of Infectious Diseases

To date, it was unclear how exercise intensity influenced aerosol particle emission and concentration in breathed air. Aerosol emissions from intensive physical activity rise exponentially with new experimental setups, according to a recent study from the University of Munich. This…
How To Make Exercise A Habit That Sticks

How To Make Exercise A Habit That Sticks

We all know that exercise is good for us, but too many of us find it hard to keep up a regular exercise routine. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to make exercise a habit. Try…