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Golden Rules To Follow While Exercising After A Surgery

Posted On May 7th, 2018

In general, patients are encouraged to get out of bed and sit out or move around as much as possible. But, in certain cases, they are specifically forbidden to do so. The reason can be the nature of the surgery or specific medical conditions. For example, a patient with severe leg injury may need to […]

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Benefits of Middle Age fitness

Posted On April 7th, 2018

Middle age is a crucial part of human life where physical fitness is compulsory. You have to be active to be physically fit and healthy, or else it will lead to severe physical problems in the future. Being bedridden for the rest of your life and watching others doing your pieces of stuff for you […]

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Benefits of Exercise

Posted On April 1st, 2018

In this tight and hectic schedule, all you need to do is keep yourself fit and healthy both mentally as well as physically. For, doing exercise every day will keep all the pains and diseases away. The work schedule you all are dealing with is very packed up one, where at least 8 hours a […]

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Maintaining fitness for the Middle-aged women

Posted On March 31st, 2018

With the onset set of menopause and the winding down of fertility starts the middle age for women which ranges from 40 to 50 years of age. The health system of a woman’s body is very complex. Whether you are a working woman or a homemaker your age will show few symptoms which act an […]

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Get Rid Of Post-Workout Insomnia

Posted On March 25th, 2018

There is no fixed time for getting a workout during the day. Some prefer the early morning pre-office time, while some hit the gym once they are done with work. All this is fine. But what about those who have no choice but to burn their calories while burning the midnight oil? Those who work […]

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Get Relief From Muscle Soreness In Easy Steps

Posted On March 19th, 2018

Sore muscles can occur due to intensive exercise. They can linger up to 3 days causing discomfort, reduced movement and can easily make you take off from work or cancel the trip to the gym. The common misconception is that muscle soreness is a result of a good workout. It actually means that you worked […]

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Office Desk Exercises – Easy and Time-Saving

Posted On March 17th, 2018

Most of us working at a desk job remain inactive for nearly 6 to 8 hours a day. The stress of deadlines and sedentary nature of our modern office desk job takes a toll on our health. During long hours of inactivity, our muscles adapt to this ‘inactive’ mode resulting in pain. We thus give […]

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SMART physical training to come back in shape

Posted On March 3rd, 2018

Tired of starting up? Stop giving up then. No matter what you have decided-to lose 4 to 40 pounds, having an evening walk or running your first marathon-make sure to set your goal using this 5 essential elements into action. Specific- Get a goal which is not arbitrary. You can sum up the goal using […]

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Eliminate Knee Pain With Squatting

Posted On February 14th, 2018

Most people think that squats are pretty bad for your knees. It is not exactly untrue. Athletes or bodybuilders often faces knee pains due to heavy duty squatting. However such pains and problems can be kept at bay if you do pay attention to smaller details. Squatting Comes With Benefits Although squatting can lead to […]

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Know About Strength Exercises For Runners

Posted On February 8th, 2018

Athletes like runners need a lot of stamina. This helps then to fight and prevent hurt and muscle damages at times of running. This is why runners need to incorporate stamina and strength exercise in their workout regimes. Types Of Exercises To Be Included Runners can include exercise forms such as: Dead lift Squat Lunge […]

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