Are you walking for weight loss? Health and longevity? To improve your mood and mental hardiness? Then get in those 10,000 steps per day.
How do you picture yourself at 91? What are you willing to do today, tomorrow, and the rest of your life to be all you can be? What do you still want to accomplish? How much energy will you need for that? How will you make up for any “downsizing” that occurs, literally or metaphorically?
Why do you exercise? If you said, “to look better,” what will that bring you? Tony Horton has an answer that he shared at the recent FitBlogLA event. I bet you work out to ….
Can you name 5 things that do NOT work to reduce fat? How about 5 things that are PROVEN to work if you have a weight loss and maintenance goal? Read on!
At the recent FitSocial conference, Dr. Carol Torgan shared 6 future health trends. Wonder what poop, probiotics & colitis have in common? Read the future!
Got an idea what the second most powerful thing you can do to improve brain function might be? What factor just moved to the number one spot?
For every minute you walk briskly, you can reap a potential gain of one to seven extra minutes of life! Midlifers especially benefit from putting in at least 150 minutes a week of moderate exercise (such as brisk walking or a cardio class). If you increase your intensity to a strenuous level, you can double the effect.
Have you noticed how hard it is to keep weight off when menopause hits? What is the most effective method for preventing or reversing that midlife weight gain? Is there a magic pill? Maybe…..
Susan is a 55-year-old boomer and needs to lose 50 pounds. But she works full-time, then goes home and cares for her aging parents. Did we mention she doesn’t actually WANT to exercise, she just knows she needs to. Wonder what the best way is for her to get started?
Looking for immediate results from exercise? Try a brain fitness program using our 11 tips and Fun Brain Facts from the recent IDEA World Fitness and Nutrition Convention. Gain the benefits of a better brain today and throughout the rest of your life. Read, Do, Learn, Be A Brainiac!