Blogs about Exercise

Monday, July 24, 2017
Stuart clock's Blog
Did this happen to you at the beginning of the New Year; you created a beautiful list with resolutions top among these being joining a gym. Today, you are not training and most likely you have another list of excuses to support your sloppiness. Well, it happens to millions of people and this is a now a big problem. You might laugh about it today but doctors now say this should no longer joking material. Prevalence of lifestyle diseases is so high that it has reached epidemic levels.The Importance of Regular Workout
Monday, May 29, 2017 • Canton, OH 44702
Philip's Fitness & Nutrition Blog
CrossFit has been a fitness topic that gets talked quite frequently. At your current gym or club you might have even met people who said they were former crossfitters. Yet what really is CrossFit? Where did it come from? What do they do, and what are the dangers associated with it? Keep reading and we’ll answer those.
Thursday, May 25, 2017 • Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Gregory R Taper
"High intensity resistance training (above 60% of the 1 repetition maximum) causes large increases in strength in the elderly, and resistance training significantly increases muscle size. Resistance training also significantly increases energy requirements and insulin action of the elderly.
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 • ΛΑΡΙΣΑ 412 22, GR
The blog of Alexis Batrakoulis
Participating in the National Associations Forum (NAF) organized by EuropeActive and working for the promotion of the European Week of Sport in Greece as the representative of the Hellenic Exercise Professionals Association (HEPA). The NAF took place on May 16, 2017 at the Technogym Village in Cesena, Italy.http://ec.europa.eu/sport/week
Monday, May 08, 2017 • Canton, OH 44702
Philip's Fitness & Nutrition Blog
Recently I've been seeing more and more social media posts talking about how a workout is only 4% of your day. That's great! Yet it isn't true.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
A Healthy Journey
Varicose veins, a common condition among adults that is caused by a breakdown of the vein walls typically located in the legs, is most often linked to individuals who experience extended periods of standing or sitting, those who are pregnant, and those who have a genetic predisposition to vein issues. However, a widespread myth is that varicose veins are also connected to those who lead an active lifestyle and participate in physical activities on a regular basis.
Thursday, April 27, 2017 • American Fork, UT 84003
HarcourtHealth Blog
 Physical activity is something that you know is important, but you put off because you simply don’t have time. You aren’t the only one. Most people don’t ignore exercise because they’re lazy – they simply don’t have room in their schedules. At least they don’t think they do.