Exercise

20 Awesome Indoor Workouts to Try Before Winter’s Over

You’re not imagining it. Winter still isn’t over. There’s no daylight when your alarm clock goes off, you’ve logged more miles than you’d like to count on the dreadmill, and — duh — it’s really cold out there. It’s no surprise that any motivation to get outdoors and work up a sweat has gone the way of the groundhog and buried itself until spring.

7 Yoga Poses to Detox Your Body

When you feel tired and weighed down by stress, a lack of exercise, and poor food choices, give your body and mind a reboot with a detox.

A detox doesn’t always mean a rigorous diet, juice fast, or ingesting a combination of nauseating herbs. You can detox through yoga too, with a practice that’ll leave you feeling cleaner on the inside and more energetic on the outside.

Give the following asanas a try and see the benefits for yourself.

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Lowering cancer risk with exercise

It is important to remember that there is no proven way to completely prevent cancer, but there may be steps you can take to lower your risk. Research shows that physical activity may lower the risk of the following cancers:

Exercises At Home: 10 Ways To Lose Weight Without Equipment

If the thought of going to crowded gyms with equipment hoarders makes you cringe, there's a simpler (and cheaper) way to stay fit right about now.

With New Year's just around the corner, there will be plenty of focus on fitness, with losing weight and setting health goals the second most popular resolution for most people. Gyms can not only get crowded, but finding time to work out becomes difficult.

Walking 'cuts breast cancer risk'

"We know that the best weapon to overcoming breast cancer is the ability to stop it occurring in the first place.”

Post-menopausal women who walk for an hour a day can cut their chance of breast cancer significantly, a study has suggested.

The report, which followed 73,000 women for 17 years, found walking for at least seven hours a week lowered the risk of the disease.

The American Cancer Society team said this was the first time reduced risk was specifically linked to walking.

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