Fitness-focused families are healthier, happier, and more resilient to the ever-growing demands that life can throw out.
A recent study found that almost 57 percent of patients admitted to hospitals with COVID-19 in New York City had underlying high blood pressure.
Have you ever tried one of those fitness plans that sold you on— “The perfect exercise program to optimize your fitness goals?” Only it wasn’t true. Your body felt worse than it did before you spent two-weeks on that perfect plan.
Everything you think, feel, and do would be impossible without neurons and their support cells. Your brain has around 100 billion of these unique cells.
Roll dice and do the exercise that corresponds to the number rolled. Continue until your time is up. Rest as little as possible between exercises.
Back in the day — think back to your caveman ancestors — humans almost always stayed in motion. Life required you to bend, squat, crawl, reach, and sprint to function.
Regular exercise can improve almost everything. Exercise can improve your mood, make your bones and muscles stronger, improve brain health, create glowing skin, and reduce your risk of disease.