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Well : Why Does Exercise Guard Against Cancer? Inflammation May Play a Role

How exercise guards against colon cancer and other types of cancer remains a mystery.
Tags: News, Cancer, Exercise, Colon and Colorectal Cancer


Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

An awful lot happened this week—some of it good, much of it bad, and a bit of it just plain weird. In the good news category, the Hubble Space Telescope , New York City passed a world-first law requiring owners of large buildings to reduce their climate impact, scientists used a modified 747 to find evidence…Read more...
Tags: Health, Twitter, TV, Science, Technology, Youtube, Environment, Samsung, Cybersecurity, Physics, Hacking, Nuclear Weapons, Oil And Gas, Game Of Thrones, Hackers, Exercise


Even a Little Bit of Exercise Can Keep Your Brain From Shrinking, Study Suggests

Staying fit could help keep your brain from shrinking and aging in your older years, suggests a new study out Friday. It found that middle-aged and elderly Americans who regularly even got an hour of light exercise during their weekly routine had larger brains on average than those who didn’t.Read more...
Tags: Science, Aging, Exercise, Brains, Seniors


Run Faster With Track Workouts

I rarely feel stronger or faster or more totally badass than when I’m running a track workout with short repeats. Today, I want to share that feeling with you. Read more...
Tags: Running, Exercise, Track, Lifehacks, Sprinting, Cardio, Workout, Interval Training, Intervals, Speedwork


The Best Personal Trainer Might Be a Dog

Your dog could very well make for a decent fitness coach, according to a new study out Thursday. It found that adults in the UK who owned a dog were fourfold more likely to get the recommended amount of weekly exercise as non-owners. The boost in exercise, however, might not necessarily be as dramatic for dog owners…Read more...
Tags: UK, Science, Dogs, Pets, Exercise


Will Cannabis Improve Your Workouts?

A brief list of things you shouldn’t do while high: drive, online shop, watch any Pixar film, Venmo a friend, give advice—but what about running or lifting weights? Read more...
Tags: Weed, Marijuana, Cannabis, Pot, Exercise, Lifehacks, Pixar


The best running headphones

Running is a great source of exercise but isn't always the most thrilling, especially when you're fiddling to keep your headphones in place. Check out our picks for the best headphones for running, so you never have to miss a beat again. The post The best running headphones appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Trends, Headphones, Running, Home Theater, Earphones, Exercise, Earbuds, Buying Guides, Health & Fitness, Best Of Everything


Phys Ed: 10 Years After an Exercise Study, Benefits Persist

The benefits of exercise may last longer than many of us might expect.
Tags: News, Research, Diabetes, Exercise, Insulin, Weight


The best treadmills for 2019 let you get your cardio in at home

Running can help melt away fat and strengthening your muscles. Compared to running outdoors, you're safer staying inside on a cushioned track. We've rounded up the best treadmills on the market. The post The best treadmills for 2019 let you get your cardio in at home appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Fitness, Trends, Exercise, Smart Home, Treadmills, Buying Guides, Home Workout


Where to Start When You Want to Optimize Your Health

You could spend forever working out exactly how to live a healthy life—the Internet is full of hacks meant to help you optimize each little detail. But honestly, most of the benefits of sleep, exercise, and diet come from just doing the basics right. So if you’re feeling overwhelmed, here’s where to start.Read more...
Tags: Health, Nutrition, Sleep, Diet, Fitness, Stress, Exercise, Lifehacks


How Much Longer Will Exercise Make Me Live?

There might be some contrarian physiologist I’m neglecting here, but it does not feel controversial to say that, among people who study exercise, there is 100% consensus re: working out being good for you. Yet for those of us who have adjusted to feeling physically awful all the time, “good for you” might not cut it,…Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, Biology, Sports, Exercise


This Week's Running Challenge: Hills

Even if you live in a hilly place, you may find yourself avoiding hills when you run. They slow down your pace as reported by running apps. They also just feel really hard.Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Challenge, Running, Exercise, Lifehacks, Hills


Phys Ed: Sitting for More Than 13 Hours a Day May Sabotage the Benefits of Exercise

People who sat for long periods and took fewer than 4,000 steps a day developed metabolic problems, even if they exercised.
Tags: News, Diabetes, Heart, Exercise, Sugar, Insulin, Weight, Triglycerides


How to Avoid Injuries as a Beginning Runner

Running may be one of the simplest fitness activities to pick up—you just need a pair of shoes and the open road—but it’s also hard on your body if you’re not used to it. Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Running, Exercise, Injuries, Lifehacks, Beginner, Jogging


Outdoor Updates: Zombie Deer + Deadly Habits and Selfies

Chronic wasting disease not detected in deer in NC or KY A fatal brain disease that affects many members of the deer family, including elk, moose and deer, has not been detected in the latest tests on deer in North Carolina and Kentucky. In recent tests, North Carolina alone took samples from more than 10,000 deer. Though no deer in the Tar Heel state were found to be sick with the disease, it has been found in deer in 26 states including Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Penn...
Tags: Death, Colorado, Kentucky, Russia, India, Sport, Pennsylvania, United States, Cycling, Wildlife, Pakistan, Exercise, Nevada, North Carolina, YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, NC


What Mini-Workouts Do You Do During the Day?

So many exercises require nothing but a few moments (and either the confidence or privacy to get them done without worrying about looking silly). You can do squats while you brush your teeth, for example. Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Exercise, Lifehacks, Squats, Push Ups, Pullups, Sit Ups


This Week, Challenge Yourself With a Tempo Run

Have you gotten out the door yet to join our running challenge? This April, we’re going to explore the different kinds of workouts runners do, to show you that it doesn’t have to be just one long painful slog. As we head into the second week, let’s explore my least favorite variation (I promise it gets better from…Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Challenge, Running, Exercise, Lifehacks, Tempo


How to Live Long, From Two People Over 100

To meet some of the most famous old people in the world, I flew to Costa Rica. Where most folks from my flight probably headed straight for the beach, the Lifehacker crew and I into the hot, dry hills of the Nicoya peninsula. Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Nutrition, Diet, Mental Health, Exercise, Lifehacks, Costa Rica, Longevity, Nicoya, Costa Rica Where


How People Live to Be Over 100 in Costa Rica

To meet some of the most famous old people in the world, I flew to Costa Rica. Where most folks from my flight probably headed straight for the beach, the Lifehacker crew and I into the hot, dry hills of the Nicoya peninsula. Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Nutrition, Diet, Mental Health, Exercise, Lifehacks, Costa Rica, Longevity, Nicoya, Costa Rica Where


How to Live Longer, From Two People Over 100

To meet some of the most famous old people in the world, I flew to Costa Rica. Where most folks from my flight probably headed straight for the beach, the Lifehacker crew and I into the hot, dry hills of the Nicoya peninsula. Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Nutrition, Diet, Mental Health, Exercise, Lifehacks, Costa Rica, Longevity, Nicoya, Costa Rica Where


Getting Yourself Ready For Summer Without The Extreme Diet

Summer is on the horizon and because of that, you might be wanting to start thinking about some of the ways that you can get yourself and your body ready for it. We can all be guilty of hibernating... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Parenting, Diet, Fitness, Weight Loss, Exercise, Summer Vacation


How to Work Out Like a Superhero, According to Brie Larson's Trainer

In training to be Captain Marvel, Brie Larson worked her way up from a normal-but-fit person to someone who can crank out pull-ups and do push-ups with chains and who pushes her trainer’s car up a hill. We talked to her trainer, Jason Walsh, to learn what goes into training to be a superhero.Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Exercise, Lifehacks, Brie Larson, Pull Ups, Jason Walsh, Marvel Brie Larson


At War: ‘Swat the Kaiser’ and Stork Stands: The History of Army Physical Fitness

To some, the Army’s new fitness test represents a forward-thinking approach to physical training for soldiers. But the same has been said of past standards that in hindsight were greatly influenced by cultural fads.
Tags: News, Army, Kaiser, Exercise, United States Army, Stork, World War II (1939-45, World War I (1914-18


Phys Ed: The Heart of a Swimmer vs. the Heart of a Runner

Regular exercise changes the look and workings of the human heart. And researchers are discovering that different sports affect the heart differently.
Tags: News, Running, Heart, Exercise, Swimming, Muscles


How to Find a Sports Bra That Actually Fits

The right bra can beat bounce and end chafing — and it might change the way you work out.
Tags: News, Exercise, Breasts, Shopping and Retail, Athletics and Sports, Your-feed-wirecutter


Outdoor Updates: Drilling ban restored + Hellbender sightings

A federal judge restores Obama-era drilling ban On Friday, a federal judge in Alaska threw out President Trump’s order to revoke an Obama-era ban on oil and gas drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, calling the order illegal. The judge’s ruling protects 128 million acres of federal waters from drilling, including 98 percent of the Arctic Ocean and undersea canyons in the Atlantic that stretch from the Chesapeake Bay to New England. The decision could impact a five-year leasing plan the...
Tags: News, Obama, Environment, Sport, Atlantic, Cycling, Wildlife, Conservation, Alaska, Arctic, Clean Energy, Exercise, North Carolina, Offshore Drilling, Arctic Ocean, New England


Even the Most Minimal Exercise Can Drastically Improve Your Health, Yet Another Study Finds

We know that regularly getting some exercise, no matter how little, can keep you alive longer. But new research out Monday suggests that even an hour’s worth of walking per week can help older adults with ailing knees avoid painful, isolating disabilities down the road.Read more...
Tags: Science, Disability, Elderly, Exercise


Personal Health: Brain Booster in a Bottle? Don’t Bother

To support brain health as you age, start with the same foods that can help to keep your heart healthy.
Tags: News, Brain, Alzheimer's Disease, Exercise, Dementia, Dietary Supplements and Herbal Remedies, Diet And Nutrition


Like a Boss: Robin Arzón’s Peloton Work Diary: ‘It Feels Like I Ingested Fire’

The fitness start-up’s vice president of programming, who hydrates three different ways by 8 a.m., is essential to the company’s $4 billion valuation.
Tags: News, Exercise, Robin, Robin Arzon, Arzon, Peloton Interactive Inc


Psychology Around the Net: March 30, 2019

Do you struggle breaking the ice during social or networking situations? Are you interested in spring cleaning your energy this weekend? Have you had some negative mental health experiences with fitness apps? We’ve got the latest on each of these and more in this week’s Psychology Around the Net! Psychologists Agree: ‘Tell Me About Yourself’ Is the Only Icebreaker You’ll Ever Need: Talking to new people at a social function or networking event can be tough, especially for people with social a...
Tags: Psychology, Energy, Technology, Study, Research, Teenagers, Anxiety, Air Pollution, Pope Francis, Catholic Church, Social Anxiety, Exercise, Icebreaker, Anxiety And Panic, Children And Teens, Psychology Around The Net