Exercise Helps Ease Seasonal Affective Disorder
December is National Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Awareness Month. Experiencing SAD is frustrating and it is hard to be motivated to exercise. However, studies show that exercise is one way to help you endure the symptoms of SAD. Here are some ideas that may help you.
Bodyweight Exercises Provide Great Workouts
Bodyweight exercise is done without props or machinery; instead you use the weight of your own body to build strength and resistance, providing a great total body workout. Here is how to make these exercises work for you.
Ease Back after an Exercise Break
Are you ready to begin exercising again after a break? No matter how much you want to jump right back in there you will be glad if you ease back slowly. Here are some tips to help you get started, slow and safe.
Best Lower Body Strength Exercises
Your lower body is made up of many muscle groups. During exercise these groups work together to tone and strengthen. Add these best strength exercise for the Lower Body to your workout and see great results.
How and Why to get Flexible
We often disregard flexibility as part of our regular workout. We forget that in order to reach, carry, stand up and down, and perform many daily tasks, we need to be flexible. Try these stretches to improve your flexibility.
Muscle Groups Working Together
It’s easy to forget how amazing your body really is. Your muscle groups work together when you exercise and allow the body to perform efficiently. Try these combination exercises for a total-body workout.
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