We only get one body, and we need to treat it the best we can. Not only do our bodies need clean foods daily, but it also needs moderate exercise and activity. Did you know that The US Department of Health and Human Services recommends that people need to get around 150 minutes of moderate physical activity each week? Are you achieving that goal? If not, don't worry, getting into a gym and getting fit is so easy to do.
Many athletes form a preference for particular kinds of training. Runners run and lifters lift. But what do athletes miss out on when they focus solely on one form of training? Here are five benefits to mixing up your workout:
Healthy lifestyles are important for preventing chronic health issues such as heart disease and diabetes. But what many families don't realize is that you don't need to make any drastic changes to your lifestyle to become happier and healthier.
Did you know that around 28.0% of Americans (80.2 million people) aged six and older are physically inactive? We all have plans to join a gym, start a running routine, or pick up a sport, and yet we rarely follow through. Though there are many reasons we might not commit to an exercise regimen or go to our nearest fitness center, but ignorance is a big one.