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Here are the top ten articles for the Exercise Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. BMI and Exercise
BMI (Body Mass Index) is a calculation that is used to measure body fat based on your height and weight. You should be concerned if your BMI is in the overweight or obese categories as these both can contribute to disease. Learn the link between exercise and a healthy BMI.
2. Exercise in Small Increments Gets Results
Lots of times people will use “lack of time” as an excuse for not exercising. Exercising in small increments is a viable solution that will give you the same benefits of exercising all at once.
3. Recumbent Bike Fat Burning Workout for Beginners
One of the best ways to get a fat burning workout is on a recumbent bike. This fat burning cardio workout will start you off at a moderate intensity to promote weight loss and strengthen your heart.
4. Analyze Your Workout to Keep Moving
Do you ever get a little flustered because you’ve let your exercise routine become unorganized? You are over-zealous and realize you don't have time for work, family, or play. Here is how I analyzed my workouts and came up with some answers that really work.
5. Exercise to Relieve Joint Pain
Joint pain either from arthiritis, aging, or other causes, can be frustrating. Studies have found that exercising can actually reduce arthritis pain. Try these joint-friendly exercises to relieve joint pain.
6. How To Burn Calorie Without Cardio Machines
7. Lifestyle Coach Talks about Fitness Goals
Recently I was given the opportunity to interview Lifestyle Coach, Diana Blake. She spoke with me about some of the most common reasons people don’t meet their fitness goals.
8. Top 10 Kids Fitness Tips
9. Counting Steps for Exercise
How many of you have tried counting steps for exercise? The basic idea is to count your steps, using a pedometer, and reaching a daily goal of 10,000 steps which is suggested to equal 5 miles. The American Heart Association uses this activity as a guideline to improve your health and longevity.
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