It's never a bad time to take stock of our health goals. Whether you are trying to stay fit, get healthy or spending more time walking outdoors, having all of the gym equipment and attire you need is important. While some people want an intense workout and others prefer a yoga class, we've gone back to basics with walking.
Exercise is an important habit to establish because it has many benefits that help us live a long and healthy life. Your heart health, especially, shouldn't be neglected. Research has shown that remaining active is an effective way to keep your heart strong and reduce your chances of developing heart disease. There are many exercises you can do to keep active, but it's also key to incorporate workouts that will benefit your heart.
Jeremy Ethier, a NASM and FMS certified trainer and Kinesiology graduate, reveals his best science-based lower body workout to grow your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and calves. This routine should be part of your lower body workout in your upper/lower split program and focuses on the major leg muscles. Many upper/lower...
When working out feels like a chore, it can be incredibly difficult to sustain a consistent routine, no matter how disciplined and motivated you are. But exercising doesn't need to be miserable. By adapting your workouts to your preferences, you can have fun while getting fit. Haley Perlus is a...
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Middle-aged people unable to stand on one leg for 10 seconds are almost twice as likely to die within the next decade, according to new research. Scientists say the simple and safe balance test should become part of a routine health check for older adults. Unlike aerobic fitness, muscle strength...
Coffee and tea are 2 of the most consumed beverages worldwide. Even so, in the mornings, people usually choose either a cup of coffee over tea. Although this may indicate certain preferences, choosing coffee as an official day-starter may not be as random as you think.
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(The Center Square) – Washington state cracked the top 10 in terms of healthiest states in the nation, according to a new study by BarBend that ranked all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Washington came in at No. 8. The Nashville, Tennessee-based fitness advice platform determined rankings...
We do our best to plan for the future. We chop our weekly allotment of veggies on Sundays, save for an epic trip, and even map out five-year goals. But when we think about big shifts that will happen in the world at large, our concept of the distant future can get a bit hazy. (If we’re fans of dystopian sci-fi, things might be scary, too.) Will we still have mobile devices to check as soon as we wake up? (Or a sibling to Alexa that will check on us?) What foods will be available at the market? Will Venice still be a destination or the next Atlantis?
Andrew Just is a technical co-founder with experience building multiple start-ups. He graduated as valedictorian from McGill University and worked at McKinsey & Company for almost 4 years in their AI and digital practice. Andrew leads the front-end development and business growth at Train Fitness. On this episode of The...
You can almost get lost in the deep, futuristic illustrations for “The Future of Yoga“ article in the Summer 2022 issue of YJ. To express the complexity and eclecticism of yoga’s path from the East to the West and around the world, collage artist Vanessa Compton chose images of people who are involved in yoga and mindfulness practice—including historical figures, contemporary leaders, and community activists.