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Exercise boosts satisfaction with life, researchers find

Exercise boosts satisfaction with life, researchers find | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Had a bad day? Extending your normal exercise routine by a few minutes may be the solution, according to researchers, who found that people's satisfaction with life was higher on days when they exercised more than usual.
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Tired, moody and pregnant? Exercise may be the answer

Tired, moody and pregnant? Exercise may be the answer | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Exercise may improve the mood of pregnant women and help to reduce levels of fatigue reports new research.
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Similar Lower Back Pain Relief Achieved By Weekly Yoga Class And Twice Weekly Classes

Similar Lower Back Pain Relief Achieved By Weekly Yoga Class And Twice Weekly Classes | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and Boston Medical Center (BMC) have found that a weekly yoga class provided similar lower back pain relief and reduced the need for pain

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Arthritis Exercises: Range-of-Motion and Strengthening Workouts

Arthritis Exercises: Range-of-Motion and Strengthening Workouts | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
WebMD describes the benefits of exercising with arthritis. Learn about range-of-motion, strengthening, endurance, and other types of exercise routines.

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Ellen Diane's curator insight, July 5, 2013 11:59 AM

important to do what you can

Kirk Fontaine's comment, July 6, 2013 11:14 AM
Thanks Ellen for a great article, Yes this is a unfortunate product of aging but can be minimized proper exercise and diet
Ellen Diane's comment, July 6, 2013 1:17 PM
that is correct- I am talking all age groups- My sis was born w/ a rare genetic disease which causes very limited range of motion in her legs-many people in my fitness class suffer from something or an other- they are aged 45-80-I find it a challenge to be able to challenge them safely;)
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Exercise is Medicine™

Exercise is Medicine™ | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Calling on physicians to assess and review every patient's physical activity program at every visit.
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theheart.org: trusted cardiology news and opinions

theheart.org: trusted cardiology news and opinions | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
The latest developments in cardiology and cardiovascular research, including heartwire news and commentary by some of the world's top cardiologists. Sign up for free.
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Muscle Feedback: The Key to Fatigue?

Muscle Feedback: The Key to Fatigue? | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
A study explores communication between muscle and brain at the point of exhaustion.
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Lifestyle secrets of the world's healthiest countries

Lifestyle secrets of the world's healthiest countries | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Australia is up there with the world's fattest countries. What are the thinner, healthier countries doing right?

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Better Phys Ed

Not all school programs produce the same health results.
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Exercise-related changes in estrogen metabolism may lower breast cancer risk

Physical activity may reduce breast cancer risk by altering estrogen metabolism. Women who did aerobic exercises had an increased ratio of "good" to "bad" metabolites of estrogen.
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Myofilament Protein Alterations Promote Physical Disability... : Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews

Myofilament Protein Alterations Promote Physical Disability... : Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Skeletal muscle contractile function declines with age and age-associated diseases. Although muscle atrophy undoubtedly contributes to this decrease, recent findings suggest that reduced myofilament protein content and function also may participate.
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Regular, moderate exercise does not worsen pain in people with fibromyalgia

For many people who have fibromyalgia, even the thought of exercising is painful. Yet a new study shows that exercise does not worsen the pain associated with the disorder and may even lessen it over time.
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Stephen Duncan's curator insight, May 8, 2013 5:11 AM

For many health conditions a recipe for successful management is a combination of diet, exercise, stress reduction and therapeutic supplementation. Hopefully this article helps reinforce that exercise can be an important tool for those suffering from fibromyalgia.

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For many health conditions a recipe for successful management is a combination of diet, exercise, stress reduction and therapeutic supplementation. Hopefully this article helps reinforce that exercise can be an important tool for those suffering from fibromyalgia.
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High-intensity exercise - a tool for improved public health?

High-intensity exercise - a tool for improved public health? | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Physical inactivity is the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality. Recent reports from England and the United States indicate that physical inactivity is the most common risk factor for ch...
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Exercising with heart disease

Exercising with heart disease | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Start slow and add a little more over time. Make it feel  as if when finished feel like you could have done more easily. Begin exercising at this intensity for several sessions before making large ...
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5 Ways Running Boosts Brain Power

5 Ways Running Boosts Brain Power | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Your favorite sport is good for more than just your physique.
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Exercise rescues mutated neural stem cells

Exercise rescues mutated neural stem cells | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
The genetic mutation leading to the developmental disorder "CHARGE syndrome" blocks the maturation of neural stem cells. This finding explains why CHARGE patients suffer from mental retardation and learning disabilities.
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Get Moving

Finding the time and energy to exercise can be difficult, we know. But physical activity is important — critical, in fact — if you want to lower your heart disease risk.
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theheart.org: trusted cardiology news and opinions

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The latest developments in cardiology and cardiovascular research, including heartwire news and commentary by some of the world's top cardiologists. Sign up for free.
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ADA: Aerobic Exercise Burns Fat All on Its Own

ADA: Aerobic Exercise Burns Fat All on Its Own | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
CHICAGO -- In obese teenage girls, both aerobic exercise and resistance training were effective at reducing total fat -- even if the girls didn't cut calories or lose weight, researchers reported.
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Even shorter bouts of high-intensity exercise improve physical fitness in inactive men

Even shorter bouts of high-intensity exercise improve physical fitness in inactive men | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
It is a commonly held perception that getting in shape and staying there requires hard work and hours upon hours of training.
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Exercise Motivation: How to Change ‘Just Do It’ to ‘I Want to Do It’ | Machines Like Us

Exercise Motivation: How to Change ‘Just Do It’ to ‘I Want to Do It’ | Machines Like Us | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
What motivates some people to get off the sofa and run, walk, ride or Zumba regularly?

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5,000 Steps a Day to Avoid Paying Higher Health Insurance Costs? When Money Talks, People Walk

5,000 Steps a Day to Avoid Paying Higher Health Insurance Costs? When Money Talks, People Walk | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
Faced with a choice between higher insurance prices or exercising, people who were obese enrolled in and stuck with Internet-tracked walking program for a year.
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Optimal workout partner encourages less to motivate more

The best workout partner may be one who understands that silence is golden, according to a new study.
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Teen girls who exercise are less likely to be violent

Regular exercise is touted as an antidote for many ills, including stress, depression and obesity. Physical activity also may help decrease violent behavior among adolescent girls, according to new research.
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Muscle adaptation of transition to minimalist running

Muscle adaptation of transition to minimalist running | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
As barefoot and minimalist running become increasingly popular, a new study is looking at how muscles are affected by the transition from traditional footwear.
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Stephen Duncan's curator insight, May 8, 2013 5:14 AM

As a fan of barefoot running will be following the results of this study with keen interest as I am sure so will Garry and Luke at Balanced Fitness.

Stephen Duncan's comment, May 8, 2013 5:20 AM
As a fan of barefoot running will be following the results of this study with keen interest as I am sure so will Garry and Luke at Balanced Fitness.
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Exercise minimalism - this little is needed

Exercise minimalism - this little is needed | Exercise for health | Scoop.it
It is a commonly held misconception that getting and staying in shape requires hard work and hours upon hours of training. In today's society many of us feel the burden of all the requirements and ...
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Stephen Duncan's curator insight, May 8, 2013 5:17 AM

Now here you go depending upon your goals you don't need to spend hours and hours in the gym to get fit. Less can be more! Love those Woodways treadmills in this image by the way!

Stephen Duncan's comment, May 8, 2013 5:21 AM
Now here you go depending upon your goals you don't need to spend hours and hours in the gym to get fit. Less can be more! Love those Woodways treadmills in this image by the way!