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Your Sweat Will See You Now

A new device — wearable, wireless and battery free — improves the ability to monitor and diagnose health problems by analyzing the sweat on your skin.
Tags: News, Sensors, Diabetes, Exercise, Cystic Fibrosis, Skin, Sweating, Wearable Computing, Data-Mining and Database Marketing


The N.F.L.’s Obesity Scourge

The effects of head trauma have gotten much of the attention, but huge weight gains have also damaged N.F.L. retirees.
Tags: Florida, News, Football, Exercise, National Football League, Weight, Sports injuries, National Football League Players Assn


Phys Ed: How Exercise May Help Keep Our Memory Sharp

Irisin, a hormone that is released during exercise, may improve brain health and lessen the damage that occurs during Alzheimer’s disease.
Tags: News, Memory, Brain, Alzheimer's Disease, Exercise, Dementia, Animal Cognition, Hormones


Getting Up and Doing Even the Tiniest Bit of Exercise Will Keep You Alive Longer, Study Finds

Yet another study highlights the importance of getting up and doing something—anything!—to be physically active. It suggests that sedentary people who replace some of their sitting time with even light physical activity are less likely to die early than people who remain in their chairs all day.Read more...
Tags: Science, Exercise, Sedentary Lifestyle


Using Sports Psychology for Childbirth

I wanted to face childbirth with an athlete’s strength, confidence and determination. So I turned to sports psychology for advice.
Tags: News, Exercise, New York City Marathon, Athletics and Sports, Psychology and Psychologists, Pregnancy and Childbirth


What to Do When You're Jumping Rope

Joining us for the jump rope fitness challenge? You might be wondering what exactly you can do with your rope, besides just jumping over it and counting how far you can get before you get tangled up. That’s a start!Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Challenge, Exercise, Lifehacks, HIIT, Cardio, Jump Rope


How To Improve Your Family’s Health in 2019

Would you like to effectively reduce the risk of your family getting ill? We all know keeping healthy is important, but it can sometimes be confusing to know the best way to do it. Encouraging your children to adopt healthy habits means you’re setting them up well for the future. Nobody has ever said that raising a family is easy, and when you’re busy with your career and other responsibilities, finding the time to set a good example in the form of a healthy, active lifestyle can be a ...
Tags: Health, Family, Fashion, Education, Parenting, Exercise, Family Activities, Screen Time, Healthy Food, Health & Fitness, Active Lifestyle, Family Fun, Home Life, Family Health, Family Entertainment, Abcmouse


There Is No 'Fat Burning Zone' 

All of the cardio machines are lying to you. There’s probably some workout on the elliptical that promises to keep you in the “fat burning zone,” and a chart on the treadmill informing you that the zone exists when your heart is beating at a certain rate. Forget it. The fat burning zone is a myth.Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Exercise, Lies, Lifehacks, Myth, Cardio


Research Details How Junk Food Companies Influence China’s Nutrition Policy

A life sciences institute funded by Coca-Cola and other multinational beverage and snack companies even has offices inside the government’s health ministry.
Tags: Food, News, Obesity, China, Beverages, Exercise, Coca Cola, Weight, Soft drinks, International Life Sciences Institute, Diet And Nutrition, Coca-Cola Company, BMJ (Journal


The Free Self-Care You Should Be Doing Right Now 

Let’s talk about how to take care of yourself. Not the “self-care” that companies use as an excuse to get you to buy their shit, but how to cover the basic needs of your body and mind. Read more...
Tags: Free, Mental Health, Exercise, Lifehacks, Self Care, Adulting


4 Tips to Restoring Your Body After Exercise

It is beneficial to regularly engage in any form of physical work out to stay fit and healthy. When working out, your muscles are under stress, and its tissues may be torn. If your workout involves strenuous sets such as heavy lifting or a long run, you are likely to experience muscle pain for about 24 to 48 hours. However, it is not permanent since your body can rebuild itself if you take a break between workout sessions for restoring your body. During this period your body will repair...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Sleep, Fitness, Exercise, Exercises, Workout, Working Out, Health & Fitness, Healthy Diet, Mattress, Consume Healthy Recovery Foods Working


How to Be Part of the Decline in Cancer Death Rates

Death rates from cancer are down by 27 percent over the last 25 years, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society. Smoking is a big part of that (lung cancer deaths are way down), and treatments have gotten better over the decades.Read more...
Tags: Health, Nutrition, Smoking, Diet, Cancer, Exercise, Lifehacks, Good News, American Cancer Society Smoking


Phys Ed: Mind May Trump DNA in Exercise and Eating Habits

If you tell people they have a genetic predisposition to a low capacity for exercise or a tendency to overeat, their bodies start to respond accordingly.
Tags: News, Exercise, Weight, Genetics and Heredity, Diet And Nutrition, Tests (Medical, Mind May Trump


Want To Look And Feel Younger? Read This First!

With 2019 already underway, it’s quite shocking to think that we all counted down to the turn of the millennium 19 years ago…A mere 10 years ago, the world was shocked with Michael Jackson suddenly passed away, Lady Gaga had released the incredible “Bad Romance” and people where still dancing with their iPod. Feeling old yet? Pop culture aside, it’s impossible not to feel the endless march of time. But surely there must be something you can do about it? Don’t get me wrong, there are so...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Exercise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Anti-aging, Health & Fitness, 2019, Spiritual Health


Do More Pull-Ups or Push-Ups by Spreading Them Out Throughout the Day

Do you have a simple exercise that you’d love to do more of, but you’re always struggling? Doing mini workouts throughout the day can help you finally do more reps. Think five push-ups every hour, or a pull-up every time you walk through the door where you hung your pull-up bar.Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Exercise, Lifehacks, Push Ups, Pull Ups, Bodyweight Exercise


CoverGirl's New $7 Eyeliner Outlasted a Full Workout, and Here Are the Pics to Prove It

I love exercising. I love eyeliner. Somehow, CoverGirl found a way to intersect the two, making it possible for me to go through an entire workout without smudging or smearing my winged liner. When I'd first heard that the brand was coming out with a "sweat-proof" makeup line, I thought, "Like hell it is." It's not that I don't have faith in CoverGirl (and its awesome formulas), it's just that I've found very few liquid eyeliners can live up to such a loaded claim. I got my hands on the new Cove...
Tags: Beauty, Exercise, CoverGirl, Eyeliner, Beauty Review


Intention, Action and Accountability to Accomplish Your Goals

I don’t create New Year’s Resolutions  because, for myself and most others I know, they don’t last. As we have just crossed the threshold from 2018 to 2019, this topic is fresh on people’s radar. Diets, gym membership and smoking cessation programs take upticks at this time of year. At my gym where I work out 3-4 times a week, I notice that the machines are more occupied right before and right after Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve/Day. Does motivation run higher at those times...
Tags: Psychology, Family, Navy Seals, Friends, Habits, Accountability, Action, Personal, Exercise, Intention, Perfectionism, New Year's, Motivation And Inspiration, New Year's Resolution, Naval, Adm William H McRaven


How to Start a Running Routine

Resolved to run in the new year? How to build a running routine that lasts so you can crush a 5K or 10K next New Year’s Day.
Tags: News, Running, Exercise, New Year, Sneakers


January's Fitness Challenge Is: Jump Rope

When we asked what you liked from last year’s fitness challenges, many of you said that you enjoyed having something new to add to your routine. So we’ll continue the challenges in 2019 by highlighting some under-appreciated exercises you should know. Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Challenge, Exercise, Lifehacks, Jump Rope


Blast From the Past: new year’s resolution – tea and exercise

How many of us made yet another list of New Year’s resolutions? For those who did, I suspect that adding exercise to your routine was prominently placed on that list. No one will dispute that exercise is good for your health. But what can you do each and every day that is also healthy for you? Drink fluids. Here in Oregon, it’s very common to see people walking around with a water bottle, or for those more health conscious and environmentally friendly, a nalgene bottle, or the newer, brightly c...
Tags: Tea, Oregon, Exercise, Archives, Creative Commons Attribution License, Michelle Rabin, Rubbermaid Products, British Health Council


How to Set Up Your Apple Watch for Maximum Fitness Motivation

The Apple Watch is packed with health and fitness features—so many that it can be overwhelming. But with a little thought, you can set up your watch so that it helps you to do great workouts and gets you ready for the next one.Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Running, Exercise, Apple Watch, Lifehacks, Routine, Habit


How to Warm Up for Winter Running

It’s hard to get motivated to run when it’s freezing (or worse) outside. Here’s a little warmup to get you mentally and physically prepared. High knees, butt kicks, arm swings, and lunges will warm up your muscles, and they count as dynamic stretches too. The best part: you can even do these indoors, before you head…Read more...
Tags: Video, Fitness, Running, Exercise, Lifehacks, Workout, Warmup, Dynamic Stretching


Phys Ed: Stand More, Lounge Less? Don’t Do It to Lose Weight

People burn more calories when they stand than when sitting or lying down, but the increase is smaller than many of us might hope.
Tags: News, Obesity, Exercise, Calories, Weight


How to Crush Your Habits in the New Year With the Help of Science

Make 2019 the year you actually do all the things you want to do. We asked the experts and checked the journals for the most useful tips you can take to heart.
Tags: News, Exercise, New Year


How to Get Stronger in the New Year

Six ways to build muscle, even if you don’t have much time to work out.
Tags: News, Exercise, Weight, Muscles, Weight Lifting, Mental Health and Disorders, Health Clubs


How to Crush Your Habits in the New Year with the Help of Science

Make 2019 the year you actually do all the things you want to do. We asked the experts and checked the journals for the most useful tips you can take to heart.
Tags: News, Exercise, New Year


What Did You Think of the 2018 Fitness Challenges? 

Before we head off into the land of hope and awesomeness that is 2019, we have a few hours left to take stock of how far we’ve come in the past year. I’m preparing next year’s fitness challenges and want to hear what you thought of the ones we just did. What did you love? What motivated you to keep going? Read more...
Tags: Health, Fitness, Challenge, Exercise, Lifehacks


13 exercises to instantly boost your photographic creativity

It happens to all of us from time to time: we hit a creative wall and the ideas just won’t come. Luckily, there are ways to overcome the creative block and boost your photographic passion. In this video, Todd Vorenkamp and David Flores of B&H will show you 13 creative exercises to “flex your photographic […] The post 13 exercises to instantly boost your photographic creativity appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Creative, Creativity, Exercise, Creative Block, B&h, David Flores, Todd Vorenkamp


4 Ways to Be Happier in 2019

Small changes in our behavior, our surroundings and our relationships can help set us on course for a happier life.
Tags: News, Happiness, Exercise, Longevity