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Is sitting the new smoking?

When Dr. James Levine, the director of the Mayo Clinic-Arizona State University Obesity Solutions and the inventor of the treadmill desk first coined this phrase people thought it was barmy.But the more you think about it, the more it makes sense. We spend most of our day sitting down at the office, in a car, at the dinner table and even whilst exercising. Add another 7 hours of sleeping time and most of us spend just a third of our day on our feet. Even from an evolutionary standpoint, sitting is ...

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Partner up for this workout!

Two is better than one. And that’s not just limited to sale offers and happy hours but also to working out. You can burn fat or build muscle by training with a partner than being a lone ranger. Studies have shown that getting your friend, colleague, relative or your better half involved in your exercise routine can help you stay more accountable and increase you motivation to push harder. This will help you get the results you always wanted with the added enjoyment of accomplishing those goals with...

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Exercise for the elderly

"There is no point to exercising, I am going to get old anyway." "Exercise puts me at a risk of falling." "I am too old to start exercising." These are just some of the questions which pass through the minds of the elderly when asked about exercise. However all of these doubts and myths simply don't hold any merit. Exercise in the older population has shown to have a lot benefits such as feeling and looking young and lowering a variety of clinical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and depression...

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How young should you start?

Strength training for children has been considered a taboo and most of the misconceptions stem from worried parents. Their anxiety is justified as they want the best for their kid and it doesn’t fill them with confidence when they hear myths such as “Weight training stunts growth in kids.” Or “Strength training is not safe for kids.” But kids CAN DO STRENGTH TRAINING. The latest research shows that strength training in kids can not only enhance general well being but also in...

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Swap your mundane workout for HIIT

The term High Intensity Interval Training or the pithier HIIT was all the rage amongst fitness enthusiasts last year with the American College of Sports Medicine including it in the top fitness trends of 2017. And the craze doesn’t seem to get any slower in 2018 because of its fat burning claims. So what is this type of training all about?HIIT is a training method which includes all-out, one hundred percent effort through short and intense bouts of exercise followed by an active or pass...

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