March 31st, 2015 - Posted in Uncategorized
Over 50 and Living better with Osteoarthritis- Part 1 Share a Hobby or Class Spend time with your kids or grandkids and have fun while you’re moving. Even with arthritis, you can enjoy the low-impact exercise you need to keep joints flexible and muscles strong. Try taking a class together or share an active hobby, […] Continue Reading
March 30th, 2015 - Posted in Uncategorized
Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD on July 22, 2013 Tone Up Your Arms With Tennis Michelle Obama’s sculpted arms may be due to her tennis game. It makes sense: Slamming or lobbing a ball over a net works your arms. Your forehand swing is also good for your chest, and your backhand for your shoulders. […] Continue Reading
March 25th, 2015 - Posted in Uncategorized
Menopause and Weight Gain Menopause doesn’t cause you to gain weight. But because extra pounds can creep on as women age, a spare tire around the middle has often been dubbed the “meno-pot” or “meno-pudge.” Don’t ditch your skinny jeans, though — here’s the truth about this “middle-age spread” and what you can do about […] Continue Reading
March 23rd, 2015 - Posted in Uncategorized
The No-Gym Workout- Part 4 Dynamic Plank Try this advanced move only after mastering the traditional plank. Support your weight with chest and forearms on top of a fitness ball. Keep legs straight and toes on the floor and contract the abdominals to help stay balanced. Shift your weight to your left leg as you […] Continue Reading
March 19th, 2015 - Posted in Exercise, Health, Nutrition
Tips for Lowering Your Cholesterol -Part 1 Simple Steps to Lower Cholesterol Has your doctor said you have high cholesterol? Then you know you need to change your diet and lifestyle to lower cholesterol and your risk of heart disease. Even if your doctor prescribed a cholesterol drug to bring levels down, you’ll still need […] Continue Reading
March 12th, 2015 - Posted in Uncategorized
The No-Gym Workout- Part 2 Wide Grip Push-up A wide grip makes the chest muscles work a little harder. Place your hands outside the shoulders. You should engage your core, thigh, and glutes to get the most out of this or any push-up. As you lift, “Think about gripping the ground with your hands to engage […] Continue Reading
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