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Exercise and Fitness
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Summer races are back and in full swing. If one is on your calendar, be sure to take necessary precautions to properly train and prepare your body for the demands of a race.
Yoga is known to improve symptoms from chronic health conditions. Watch a video to learn sitting or standing yoga postures that can relieve muscle tension, reduce pain, increase energy and improve sleep.
If you're looking to make the most of your time at home — and prevent obesity — consider unplugging screens and reconnecting with your family. These tips will help you get started.
Are you busy raising a family and not finding the time to exercise daily? You're not alone. Here's a few helpful tips for fitting in your workouts.
Pregnancy can be a wonderful time to get active. Learn how exercise can help you cope with the physical changes of pregnancy and labor, plus what to do and and how much.
Everyone has heard the saying "No pain, no gain." If you're training for race, chances are you've felt some pain. Here's how to keep working toward your goal.
Spring is a wonderful time to start a walking program. Learn how to take that first step, set goals and get on track for better health.
Running a marathon is a bucket list item for many people. Key to crossing it off the list is picking the right training plan. Here's what you should consider before you lace up your shoes.
Incorporating running into your life is an excellent decision for your health. Proper preparation for any race is important, so here are a few tips to get you started.
Your first instinct may be to go to the gym when you want to lose weight. Learn why this may not produce the results you want and what's more effective.
Staying active is important not only for your body, but for your mind. Here are three 15-minute workouts you can do at home.
Let's face it. Starting an exercise can be hard. But, it can also be incredibly rewarding. Learn how to get started and stick to it.