Exercise, meaning physical activity to increase heart rate and work our muscles, is an essential and inviting part of our health. Aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking or bicycling, improves your body’s use of oxygen. Using large muscle groups helps strength and stamina. Anaerobic exercise, such as weight lifting, involves short, intense bursts of energy and doesn’t use oxygen, but builds muscle and strength. Agility exercise, such as tennis or soccer, builds hand-eye coordination and responsiveness. Stretching exercise, such as yoga or Pilates, improves balance, posture, circulation and flexibility. Regular exercise of all four types has been found to reduce our chances of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, depression, and many other health challenges. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


Wendy Suzuki: The Brain-Changing Benefits of Exercise

What’s the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki.

The Aerobics Program for Total Well-Being: Exercise, Diet, and Emotional Balance

Millions have benefited from Dr. Cooper’s famous aerobic exercise programs. He has revolutionized the way Americans get in shape and stay in shape. Now, he presents a complete program for total well-being—physically, nutritionally, emotionally.

Move It or Lose It!

Regular aerobic exercise ensures that your brain continues to produce new neurons and adapt to change. Do you get at least five half-hour periods of moderate exercise each week?

Intense exercise is like taking a magic pill that gives you the ability to solve problems like a superhero.


Piyo Workout New - Chalene & Beachbody - Official Trailer

Piyo has been taught in Gyms for years by Chalene's team but now it has been created for home.

High-Octane Brain: 5 Science-Based Steps to Sharpen Your Memory and Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer's

American adults fear Alzheimer¹s more than any other disease (including cancer), and because many people do not realize there is no genetic cause for 99 percent of Alzheimer¹s cases, they do not take the necessary steps to change lifestyle factors shown to significantly protect against the disease...

How Exercise May Help Us Flourish

Our exercise habits may influence our sense of purpose in life and our sense of purpose may affect how much we exercise, according to an interesting new study of the reciprocal effects of feeling your life has meaning and being often in motion.

The American College of Sports Medicine found that the productivity of people after exercise was an average of 65 percent higher than those who did not exercise.


What too Much Exercise Does to Your Body and Brain

If working out is good for you, then working out more can only be better for you, right? Not quite. Too many trips to the gym or cardio sessions could actually undo all of those gains you’ve been working towards.

Primal Endurance: Escape Chronic Cardio and Carbohydrate Dependency and Become a Fat-Burning Beast!

Mark Sisson, author of the 2009 bestseller, The Primal Blueprint, and de-facto leader of the primal/paleo lifestyle movement, expertly applies primal lifestyle principles to the unique challenge of endurance training and racing.


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