Exercise

We can’t ignore it – we need to exercise! But besides helping manage weight, exercise has a lot of positives – from improving your mood and energy levels, to a better night’s sleep. Most importantly, regular physical activity can help prevent some types of chronic diseases.  Speak to your physician to see which exercise plans will work best for you.  It’s time to get up, go out, and get physical!

July 5, 201
 

By Steve294

What should I do for a workout?

I get this email at least once a day, and I’m sorry to say that I don’t have the perfect answer for everybody.  Considering that a program should be developed around a person’s biology, age, goals, diet, free time, etc, there’s a lot of factors I can’t get in ten minutes through email.

I can certainly offer up suggestions,...

June 7, 201
Written by Marianne E. Morano, M.S., ACSM, CWC

Everyone knows exercise is beneficial for health.  One of its many benefits is lowering the risk of, and preventing diseases such as: heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and obesity to name a few. 

Did you know that at least 90% of all cancer is related to lifestyle choices! Exercising for as little as 30 minutes a day at moderate...

April 2, 20

By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS
 FEBRUARY 24, 2016 5:45 AM February 24, 2016 5:45 am

Photo

CreditGetty Images

The relationship between exercise and cancer has long both intrigued and puzzled oncologists and exercise physiologists.

Exercise is strongly associated with lowered risks for many types of cancer. In epidemiological studies, people who regularly exercise generally prove...

March 14, 2

GRETCHEN REYNOLDS
 FEBRUARY 24, 2016 5:45 AM February 24, 2016 5:45 am

 

Credit Getty Images

The relationship between exercise and cancer has long both intrigued and puzzled oncologists and exercise physiologists.

Exercise is strongly associated with lowered risks for many types of cancer. In epidemiological studies, people who regularly exercise generally prove to...

February 27
By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS FEBRUARY 24, 2016 5:45 AM

The relationship between exercise and cancer has long both intrigued and puzzled oncologists and exercise physiologists.

Exercise is strongly associated with lowered risks for many types of cancer. In epidemiological studies, people who regularly exercise generally prove to be much less likely to develop or die from the disease than people who do...

Pages