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3 Ways to Improve Your Exercise Performance While Making It Feel Easier

Written by on June 11, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
3 Ways to Improve Your Exercise Performance While Making It Feel Easier

Balcetis decided to do a couple studies to find out if perspective and/or approach can effect the way a person experiences their exercise routine, and the answer she got was “yes.” Watch the video above to find out how her studies were conducted.

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Weight-Loss Regimens May Soon Be Tailored To Your Genes

Posted by on March 18, 2018 in Sci-Tech, Science with 18 Comments
Weight-Loss Regimens May Soon Be Tailored To Your Genes

Patients could submit a cheek swab or saliva sample to a lab that sequences their DNA. The lab would feed the patient’s DNA, along with levels of activity, stress, and diet into an algorithm. The program would then spit out recommendations for how patients can best reach their target weight.

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How to Activate the AfterBurn Effect and Burn More Fat After You Exercise

Posted by on December 28, 2017 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 2 Comments
How to Activate the AfterBurn Effect and Burn More Fat After You Exercise

Certain forms of exercise (high-intensity) dial up the energy burn following exercise better than others. And after intense exercise, your body has to work twice as hard to replenish its oxygen stores than it does after steady-state exercise. The afterburn effect creates a higher calorie burn following periods of exercise.

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What’s the Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life? How to Find Your “Goldilocks Zone”

Posted by on October 22, 2017 in Exercise and Fitness, Health, Longevity & Life Extension with 1 Comment
What’s the Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life? How to Find Your “Goldilocks Zone”

Modern fitness research offers many potent reminders that physical activity is one of the best “preventive drugs” for many common ailments, from psychiatric disorders to heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. This is one of the most important factors for optimizing your overall health and preventing chronic disease, and may explain why exercise is such a potent preventive medicine.

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Exercise Should Rejuvenate, Not Deplete

Exercise Should Rejuvenate, Not Deplete

We scoff to think that a quiet walk in Nature, a leisurely bike ride or a gentle yoga class could keep us healthy and fit. Ayurveda would disagree. I wrote an article a while back called “All Exercise is Not Created Equal”. Please check it out to see how the different doshas are affected by exercise and Ayurveda’s recommendations.

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How Are Universal Frequencies Affecting You this Week (July 24-30, 2016)?

How Are Universal Frequencies Affecting You this Week (July 24-30, 2016)?

How Are Universal Frequencies Affecting You this Week (July 24-30, 2016)? Find out in our weekly column, a great complement to your weekly horoscope and a standalone resource to give you another perspective into your health, nutritional and muscular form and function.

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Coca-Cola’s Million-Dollar Strategy to Make You Exercise More Instead of Drink Less

Posted by on June 4, 2016 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
Coca-Cola’s Million-Dollar Strategy to Make You Exercise More Instead of Drink Less

Coca-Cola is putting a lot of cash toward convincing the public that its product isn’t causing the obesity epidemic.

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15 Exercises You Can Do Basically Anywhere

Posted by on January 7, 2016 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
15 Exercises You Can Do Basically Anywhere

Do you want to have that lean body? Here is a bunch of exercises you can do almost anywhere, no equipment required.

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25 Easy Ways To Fit In 10 Minutes Of Exercise

25 Easy Ways To Fit In 10 Minutes Of Exercise

Don’t use lack of time as an excuse not to work out. Here are 25 simple and clever ways to fit a little fitness into your every day life.

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10 Ways to Make Time for Exercise Even When You Don’t Have Time

Posted by on October 25, 2015 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 2 Comments
10 Ways to Make Time for Exercise Even When You Don’t Have Time

You do have time to exercise — to get up and move your body almost every day — if you make it a priority.

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New Findings Suggest Aerobic Exercise Affects the Brain Much Like This Drug

Posted by on October 16, 2015 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 1 Comment
New Findings Suggest Aerobic Exercise Affects the Brain Much Like This Drug

Everyone has heard of “runner’s high,” but it seems that it’s quite a literal statement.

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How Much Exercise Is Just Right: 8 Risks of Overtraining

Posted by on September 22, 2015 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 1 Comment
How Much Exercise Is Just Right: 8 Risks of Overtraining

When someone experiences symptoms of overtraining, it’s essentially their body letting them know that the total amount of stress on the athlete’s body is exceeding their capacity to recover and cope.

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Why Sitting May Make Anxiety Worse

Posted by on September 20, 2015 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 7 Comments
Why Sitting May Make Anxiety Worse

If you have a sedentary job, here’s another reminder to get up out of that chair: A new study says sitting most of the time may increase your anxiety levels.

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Breakthrough These 7 Exercise Myths for Better Health

Posted by on August 11, 2015 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
Breakthrough These 7 Exercise Myths for Better Health

We ALL make excuses as to why we can fit exercise into our daily routine. Do you think YOU can add one of these great fitness suggestions to your schedule today? Go for it! You’ll be glad you did.

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5 Ways to Stay Healthy While Traveling

Posted by on July 5, 2015 in Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
5 Ways to Stay Healthy While Traveling

Since many of you will be traveling this summer — from family visits to international destinations to local parks and cities — I thought I’d share what I’ve learned about taking care of yourself in different environments from living in six cities around the world and traveling to 18 countries.

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