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According to researchers from McMaster University in Ontario, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) can improve memory function by up to 30% in healthy older adults/seniors. Whereas seniors participating in moderate exercise and/or stretching programs did not demonstrate an average improvement in memory.
Who doesn’t love being bundled up with a cup of hot chocolate and a novel, looking outside at a winter wonderland? Although the snow makes for some great scenery, it poses many risks when heading outdoors such as automobile accidents, heart attacks and frostbite. Here are a few ways to avoid these dangers.
Increasing physical activity has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease by 11 percent among adults 60 years and older because working out stimulates the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
Cozy up to these four delectable recipes bound to bring about winter cheer!
It is easy to get distracted during a group exercise class with its lively music, an instructor addressing students via headset microphone while sweat is dripping down your face. Try centering yourself with these four methods.
Strength/resistance training can positively alter your metabolism; it improves cardiorespiratory fitness and resting metabolic rate (RMR).
A 30-minute, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) session can decrease the appetite of middle-aged men and increase their power output without negatively impacting their sleep.
Researchers from Brigham Young University and Harvard Medical School found that people who wear minimalist shoes achieve the same results as those who engage in foot-strengthening exercises.
Wintertime with family or friends is synonymous with traditions and home-cooked meals. We hope the following four strategies will help you partake in this delicious holiday season sans the upset stomach.
Scholars have found a strong correlation between brainpower and early-morning exercise.
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