How exercise helps the aging brain | 5 Questions

Mark Gluck, a Rutgers professor of neuroscience, researches what aspects predict who will be resilient and maintain their brain health over the long term. Mark Gluck has been running brain health education programs at churches and senior centers in the Newark area. This photo shows a class at St. James […]

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Exercise and Back Pain

Back exercises are almost always necessary to rehabilitate the spine and alleviate back pain. A controlled, gradual exercise program that is tailored to an individual is usually the most effective. Exercise and Fitness to Help Your Back  Most medical professionals recommend no more than one to two days of rest […]

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Bodybuilding.com discloses security breach

Bodybuilding.com, the internet’s biggest online store and online forum for fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts, has disclosed last week a security breach that impacted its IT systems. SECURITY Facebook data on 533 million users posted online Cyber security 101: Protect your privacy from hackers, spies, and the government The best antivirus […]

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ROCK CLIMBING

What better way to explore the region than with a birds-eye view from a towering rock formation? Home to many geological wonders, the Pikes Peak region is filled with incredible and unique rock formations that people can climb, explore and photograph. With numerous destinations to choose from like Garden of […]

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THE MORNING EMAIL

It comes close to the perfect movement,” said Michelle Segar, author of the book No Sweat: How The Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You A Lifetime of Fitness and director of the Sport, Health and Activity Research and Policy (SHARP) Center at the University of Michigan. “It can serve you in […]

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High intensity interval exercise versus moderate intensity, continuous training

Credit: stock.adobe.com Author: Mackie Shilstone Published: 11:01 AM CDT April 7, 2021 Updated: 11:28 AM CDT April 7, 2021   NEW ORLEANS — Cardiovascular exercise (CV), and other such classifications of fitness endeavors, has extensive research to support the American College of Sports Medicine’s broad definition as “exercise medicine.” Current, established activity guidelines […]

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