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Simple ways to get started with strength training

The weight room at a gym can look intimidating. You might ask yourself, “How do all these fancy machines work?” or “What…Read Article >

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Stay active with 6 low-impact workouts

Staying active is an important part of staying healthy — but sometimes exercise can be hard on the body. This is especially…Read Article >

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4 ways to boost the mental health benefits of your next workout

Most people associate exercise with physical health — but what’s good for the body is good for the mind. Regular workouts can…Read Article >

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  • Two smiling friends in exercise gear walk outside
    APR 08, 2022

    7 tips to help you stick with a workout routine

    If you’ve decided to start a workout routine, congratulations. You’ve already taken the first step. Staying active can improve both physical and mental health, so exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle.1 But sticking with a new routine can be difficult. ... Read More >

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  • Person in exercise gear at home
    DEC 08, 2021

    Add more activity to your day without changing your routine

    This may come as no surprise, but staying active can help both your physical and mental health. It can improve your heart health, strengthen muscles and bones, boost your mood, and reduce stress. Based on current guidelines, you should aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise a day, or 150 minutes of exercise a week. But finding time to fit workouts into your daily routine can be difficult. ... Read More >

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  • A happy older person sits on a yoga mat
    OCT 08, 2021

    Stay active with 6 low-impact workouts

    Staying active is an important part of staying healthy — but sometimes exercise can be hard on the body. This is especially true if you’re new to working out or have sensitive joints or injuries. But skipping exercise altogether can make matters worse. In fact, if you have arthritis or osteoporosis, staying active is one of the best things you can do for your joints and bones.1 That’s where low-impact workouts come in. ... Read More >

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  • A smiling older woman lifts handheld weights
    SEP 13, 2021

    Simple ways to get started with strength training

    The weight room at a gym can look intimidating. You might ask yourself, “How do all these fancy machines work?” or “What is the proper weightlifting etiquette?” And even if you buy hand weights or other workout gear to use at home, you might not know how to use it. Complicated equipment and risk of injury may stop people from getting started with strength training. The good news is there are easy ways to begin building strength that benefit your body, bones, and more. ... Read More >

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  • A happy couple in running gear exercise outdoors
    JUN 15, 2021

    4 ways to boost the mental health benefits of your next workout

    Most people associate exercise with physical health — but what’s good for the body is good for the mind. Regular workouts can help improve your mood, sharpen your mind, and help you feel healthier and happier overall. ... Read More >

    TOPICSexercisehealthy lifestyleMental Health and WellnessStress Management