Haven’t hit the gym since sometime? Here’s what you need to do

Within a week, your muscles lose some of their fat-burning potential and your metabolism slows down. Strength lingers longer than endurance once you stop training. But depending on just how slothful you’ve become, your quads and biceps may start to shrink soon after you leave the weight room

Haven’t hit the gym since sometime? Here’s what you need to doThink your body won’t notice that week off? Think again. Here’s what happens when you swap your regular sweat sessions for never-ending Netflix nights – and how long it takes to re-flip the fitness switch Just as a good training program builds you up, falling off the workout wagon can have the opposite effect – […]

Want a healthy heart, pursue higher education

A genetic tendency to obtain more education was also linked with lower odds of smoking, being overweight and having unhealthy levels of blood fats, which could help explain the connection between more schooling and heart disease risk

Want a healthy heart, pursue higher educationHigher education has been linked to better jobs, greater pay and, now, even a healthier heart. People who spend more years in school have a lower risk for heart disease, according to an international team of researchers from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland, University College London, and the University of Oxford in England. “Increasing […]

Exercise best way to keep mind sharp for those over 50

Whilst every 10 minutes of exercise provides some benefit, doing 150 minutes a week cuts the chances of depression and dementia by a third, and boosts mental health at any age

Exercise best way to keep mind sharp for those over 50While regular exercising helps children, young adults and adults to remain physically fit, doing moderate exercise several times a week is the best way to keep the mind sharp for those who are above 50 years, finds a new research. Thinking and memory skills were most improved when people exercised the heart and muscles on […]

This one daily routine can keep your heart healthy

Even if you get 10 minutes of physical activity in the morning, then 10 more on your lunch break, then 10 more in the evening, you’re still going to get the benefit. That’s terrific training for the heart and will allow your heart and your muscles to remain conditioned

This one daily routine can keep your heart healthyQ: What level of exercise is safe and will benefit my heart? A: The American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes of moderate aerobic physical activity per week. If you break that down, that means a half-hour, most days of the week. Even if you get 10 minutes of physical activity in the morning, then 10 […]