Month: November 2016

Not Fit? You Might as Well Be a Smoker

Don’t smoke? Great. Don’t exercise? You might as well be a smoker when it comes to the health risk. A recent study expands on a concept put forth a few years ago regarding physical activity: lack of it can be just as dangerous as smoking when it comes to your health. “Sitting is the new […]

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Get Ready for Winter Fitness

It may only be the end of November, but before you know it, winter will be here, with shorter days, longer nights, colder, wetter weather, and a host of other reasons many people use as excuses to stop exercising regularly But not you, because that’s not who you are. So let’s take a look at […]

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Coordination Exercises

Is your balance and coordination less than great? Then take a look below. A certain level of coordination is needed to move and exercise efficiently. Integrating balance and agility exercises into your workout routines can benefit coordination. The following exercises are ideal for seniors looking to improve their motor coordination. Maintaining independence and well-being is […]

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Strategic Standing

How many of you sit most of the day? Between work, commuting and Facebook scrolling, a lot of people are chronically sedentary. Strengthen your core outside of the gym in a novel way with an often-overlooked piece of fitness “equipment”: a stable, stationary desk (or table). These standing core moves, from St. Louis, Brentwood, and […]

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