Joint and Bone Health
Your joints are the pinnacle for your body’s ability to move and stay active, and without maintaining their flexibility through nutrition and other factors, your bone health will suffer as a result.
Maintaining balance grows more important as we age, and if you notice yourself a bit wobbly now, it may be time to start strengthening your core.
Though bowling is reminiscent of 1950s America to most, it has actually been around in some form for at least a few thousand years, purportedly developed in Egypt in 3200 B.C.
Many of us spend a lot of time thinking about physical health in general, and we mostly talk about it in terms of “staying fit” and “losing weight.”
Even though they’re solid, bones are dynamic, living tissue, made mostly from collagen and calcium phosphate, a mineral that hardens bone exterior. But as you age, existing bone breaks down faster than new bone is made, increasing risk of osteoporosis, a condition that reduces bone density and raises chance of [...]
Many people look forward to living a long life. But it’s hard to find someone who isn’t concerned with the physical symptoms that come with aging, from wrinkles to joint pain. In fact, a recent study found that habitual sunbathers are more likely to kick their habit at the threat [...]
In addition to being an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way to get around, biking has numerous health benefits that can keep you fit while you’re having fun.
Swimming is one of the best exercises for your joints and an activity that cools you off during the hot summer months.
You can’t have a great workout without great shoes.
As you age, you may find that your joints don’t quite work like they used to when you were young.