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Sarcopenia and Exercise: Why Working Out Can Help

Did you know that you start losing muscle mass at a rate of 3-5% per decade starting from age 30? If 30 seems young to begin the aging process, that’s because it is. Many people nowadays are choosing to start having children at 30. How can it also be the age when the body starts to lose its…

9 Balance Exercises for Seniors to Incorporate in Their Workouts

Three million older Americans end up in the ER to receive treatment for falls. Improving your strength and balance are ways to avoid dangerous falls. Many balance exercises are possible even if you have limited mobility, as long as they are simple moves that let you practice your balance in a safe way. Many replicate the movements you…

It’s Not Too Late: 6 Sarcopenia Prevention Tips

Old age can be full of challenges. Everything from your energy-levels and memory to overall levels of independence starts to fade. It’s no surprise that 87% of people fear getting old! Sarcopenia is one particular feature of aging that few of us look forward to. Basically, the older we get, the more our muscles start to deteriorate….

Why Women Should Strength Train

There are a number of reasons why women should strength train, though many still avoid lifting weights and focus on cardio for fear of bulking up. Others don’t know where to begin and feel intimidated to start. But women shouldn’t be afraid to lift weights. According to Juan Martinez, Holistic Strength Coach and Founder of…

Strength Training Apps: The Pros and Cons

Today, there’s an app for everything. The popularity of fitness programs delivered via Smartphones and Androids is exponentially growing. A study published by Polaris Market Research estimated the global fitness app market size could reach over $14.7 billion by 2026. We are even seeing more and more celebrities launch their own fitness apps and Instagram…

Is There a Link Between Exercise and Sleep?

Many people today don’t sleep enough or get quality sleep, which affects all aspects of life. How can you change that naturally and safely and skip the sleeping pills? Get moving! Exercise has historically been associated with better sleep. The National Sleep Foundation recommends three different activities for better sleep. One is strength training. Kevin…

Want to Be Efficient and Effective in the Gym? Do a Full-body, Strength-training Workout Three Times a Week.

Incorporating weight-lifting into your exercise routine is critical to avoiding muscle loss, preventing frailty and other chronic illnesses. Importantly, a consistent strength training routine gives you the best overall health results.   What is a full-body workout? “Full-body strength training are workouts designed to work the entire body. They can consist of actual full-body exercises…

Three Ways You Can Increase the Intensity of a Walking Workout

Simple steps to get more out of your exercise   Don’t overlook the simplest form of exercise out there: Walking. It’s a good way to get up and moving and every little bit helps. Also, consider kicking your walk up a notch. Walking may be undervalued, but it offers some big benefits to overall health…

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