Tips for Very Active people with Fibromyalsia

If you are used to being very active and suddenly get a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, it can come as a big shock. Things that used to be easy to do become much more difficult and you will find that your energy level is much less than it used to be. There are things you will […]

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A Guide to the Muscles in the Back and Shoulders

If your intent is to increase the size of your shoulders and back, it is important to first understand their anatomy. By knowing where they are located and what they do, each of them can be targeted with specific exercises. There are three major muscles groups in the shoulders and back including:   Deltoid The […]

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A New Day – A New Pushup!

  The simple push-up has come a long way. A quick web search shows dozens of push-up variations that not only engage your shoulders and chest, but also your core, your back, your legs and even your glutes. Try the following  twists to the traditional push-up to fight workout boredom, and to deliver bigger and […]

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How Busy Working Moms Can Find Time for Exercise

When you are working full time, taking care of a baby or chasing after a toddler, managing the household and still trying to squeeze in social gatherings every now and then, chances are, like many other moms, you have a hard time finding 5 minutes to shower, let alone to exercise.   Many working moms […]

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A Practical Guide For Muscle Toning Of Arms And Shoulders

When you talk to people and ask them, for example, what their life goals are for the coming New Year, or what their wish is for their birthday, they will inevitably tell you that they want to be healthier; they want to lose weight and be slimmer or trimmer; and they want to be more […]

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Do You Sit Down Too Much Every Day?

New research results keep confirming what we have suspected all along – sitting is bad for us. But just how bad? ven if you regularly exercise when not sitting behind your desk, it still significantly raises your risk for diabetes, heart disease (including strokes and heart attacks), obesity and even certain types of cancer. For […]

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Top 5 Tips to Keep Your Back Healthy

Back pain is often temporary. You pull a muscle, exercise improperly, have poor posture or in some other way cause stress and strain on your back. The pain may last for a few minutes or hours, and then go away entirely. But studies have shown that over time, repeated back pain, even very mild in […]

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Dehydration: The Health Consequences

Water is considered a panacea for sustaining life as well as promoting health. You should drink at least eight glasses each day to replenish your body’s reserves and to prevent dehydration. Avoid dehydration as it can lead to a series of health issues. These complications can make a person sick as toxins and pollutants collect […]

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Brain Training: What Is It?

Brain training is becoming increasingly popular these days.  One of the most popular websites in this area is Lumosity dot com. Millions of people use it each day to play games to improve their brain. All of the games on the site are computer based and easily accessible for the entire family.   Brain training […]

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Physical Energy: Mastering the Elements

  “The higher your energy level, the more efficient your body. The more efficient your body, the better you feel and the more you will use your talent to produce outstanding results.” ~ Anthony Robbins

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