Fitness

Positive Impact on Muscle Strength with 3 Seconds a Day of Weight Lifting
Positive Impact on Muscle Strength with 3 Seconds a Day of Weight Lifting

It has been discovered that lifting weights for a minimum of three seconds a day can still have a notable positive impact on muscle strength as discovered in a recent study from Edith Cowan University (ECU) in collaboration with researchers from Niigata University of Health and Welfare (NUHW).

Altering Brain Chemistry Through Exercise can Help to Protect Aging Synapses
Altering Brain Chemistry Through Exercise can Help to Protect Aging Synapses

When elderly people stay active, their brains have more of a class of proteins that enhances the connections between neurons maintaining healthy cognition

Tai chi - can it mirror healthy benefits of conventional exercise?
Tai chi - can it mirror healthy benefits of conventional exercise?

A study reviewing the benefits of tai chi vs traditional exercise or a sedentary lifestyle

Strange and Bizarre: Pink drinks can help you run faster and further, study finds
Strange and Bizarre: Pink drinks can help you run faster and further, study finds

A new study led by the Centre for Nutraceuticals at the University of Westminster shows that pink drinks can help to make you run faster and further compared to clear drinks.

Why walking to work may be better for you than a casual stroll
Why walking to work may be better for you than a casual stroll

Walking with a purpose – especially walking to get to work – makes people walk faster and consider themselves to be healthier, a new study has found.

When it comes to longevity, any exercise is good exercise
When it comes to longevity, any exercise is good exercise

Researchers found that any exercise is beneficial, but stretching, volleyball and fitness exercises (i.e., walking, aerobics, cycling, etc.) in particular were associated with lower rates of mortality.

Television viewing time and cardiovascular disease risk in physically active adults
Television viewing time and cardiovascular disease risk in physically active adults

A new study has suggested that meeting physical activity recommendations may marginally ameliorate the association between television viewing and the risk of cardiovascular disease.

The faster you walk, the longer you may live
The faster you walk, the longer you may live

The faster you walk, the more you may be prolonging your lifespan, researchers have found.

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