New research shows that our bodies may benefit more from short, intense workouts rather than long, drawn-out ones.
If you like to exercise but aren’t exactly a fanatic about it, you might need a little extra motivation to get to the gym or get outside, especially when the weather is not ideal.
In this day and age of technology, it’s almost surprising that our phones can’t do even more for us.
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.
Tea has been enjoyed around the world for thousands of years, and its origins are said to be in China, where it was enjoyed for its medicinal purposes.
Two beloved winter activities of all snow-dwellers and even people from warm locales are skiing and snowboarding. In fact, for many people, hitting the slopes is the one bright spot of a very long winter.
If you’re exercising for weight loss and paying attention to the calories you take in and how many you burn during each workout, you should know that making small changes in your routine can lead to increased weight loss success.
Maybe you’re an avid runner or biker but you live in a snowy region that makes these activities very difficult or impossible to do for several months out of the year.
There will definitely be days where it’s too cold to run outside or you just don’t feel like hopping in the car, trekking to the gym and fighting for a parking spot.
If you’ve ever been downhill skiing, you know that it can be quite good exercise.