Blogs about Excercise

Thursday, February 23, 2017
Jhon Evans's Blog
 Have you ever tried to exercise with a foam roller? You should definitely try it some time, it’s a great way to add an element of challenge to your usual mundane workout routine and can help you to achieve those uniformly-toned abs so you see in gym ads.
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Roman Dockery's Blog
We are all given the blessing of one life to live, and there are things we can do to best ensure we get to enjoy a high level of quality in ours.
Friday, April 01, 2016 • Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Health is Life
If you have an office desk job, it can play havoc with your fitness.  Don't despair your desk job needn't stop you from working out at work for around 5 minutes a day.  To have a healthy lifestyle, try and incorporate a brief workout at work, you'd be amazed at the benefits.Begin with cardio-activities like step aerobics and jumping jacks.  They can improve cognitive function and protect your brain from aging.  Step aerobics can help build calves and quadriceps while jumping jacks are a rounded exercise that benefits your:-
Monday, March 14, 2016
Roman Dockery's Blog
Don’t know what a foam roller is? Well you’re about to find out. Whether you’ve never heard of it before, or you’re one of those people who thinks that foam rolling is for everyone except them - prepare to be converted. I really believe you’re doing yourself a disservice by not foam rolling. Whether you’re a top level athlete or a sedentary office worker, this act of self-manual therapy absolutely deserves a few minutes of your day that could save you worlds of pain and discomfort down the road.
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 • Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Health is Life
Anxiety is a healthy human response to stressful situations. If Neanderthal man had not experienced a dose of anxiety when faced with a dangerous predator, he probably wouldn’t have escaped in time and therefore the human race would not be around anymore. Anxiety is also pretty common in modern life, but although it’s OK in small doses, too much stress and anxiety can make us ill.

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