As you age, one of the best things you can do is exercise. It allows you to maintain your mobility and reduces your risk of injury or falls. Unfortunately, as people age, they often become stiffer and less flexible, and that can make it more difficult to continue exercise routines established when aRead More →

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced the physical activity guidelines for Americans for 2008. According to HHS, “Adults gain substantial health benefits from 2 1/2 hours a week of moderate aerobic physical activity,” and over time, the HHS has found exercise produces long-term health benefits. It reduces early death, stroke,Read More →

o you wonder how you stack up with the nation when it comes to exercise or activity? The National Sporting Goods Association did, and they conducted a survey of 10,000 households to find out what sports or activities people participated in during 2007. Participants in the survey included anyone ageRead More →

You can get in shape even if you don’t have a gym membership, and you can do it at home. Here’s a list of essentials that will help you lose weight and shape up, all for under $290.00. Bosu Balance Trainer-$95.00. The bosu balance trainer allows you to strengthen coreRead More →