Paleo diet doesn't mean no-sweets for this baker STLtoday.com When Kathleen “Leeny” Hoffman started researching paleo foods and fitness in 2010, there weren't a lot of resources. So she did her part to fill the gap.
Awesome recipe for those of you who are Paleo eaters, or who just like to try new things. In addition to being a certified indoor rowing instructor, Leeny is an amazing cook and an awesome Paleo smartypants. Try these, you won't be disappointed!
More than 12,000 new cases of cancer every year can be attributed to the patient being overweight or obese, the biggest ever study of the links between body mass index and cancer has - New Zealand Herald
Fitness trackers may help older folks lose weight Washington Post The study participants were randomly assigned to either a group that was given information about dieting and aerobic exercise or a group given the same information along with a...
AP PHOTOS: Adaptive rowing opens sport to disabled Turn to 10 Gil, 32, of Miami, is participating in the adaptive rowing program at the Miami Beach Rowing Club, which was recently sanctioned as a Paralympic Sport Club by the U.S.
Exercise after menopause keeps women's minds in shape Health24.com Ten were randomised controlled trials, the most rigorous kind of study, in which women were randomly assigned to different exercise programmes or to no programme.
Yes, age, genetics and body size play a role in the speed of your metabolic rate. But there are natural ways to boost your metabolism. Learn how here.
Metabolism: We’ve all got one, but some people’s are “faster” or “slower” than others’. And that matters, because the rate at which your body burns calories and converts fuel to energy can also affect how easily you gain or lose weight, how at-risk you are for diabetes, and how much pep you’ve got in your step. While much of your metabolic rate is determined by genetics, age, gender, and body size, there are some lifestyle changes that can, quite literally, speed up the process.
It’s important to note that metabolism can’t be solely held responsible for weight gain or loss — someone with a super-fast burn can’t stay slim eating junk food and not exercising, while people with slower metabolisms aren’t automatically doomed to an overweight fate.
Tools for tracking and fine-tuning our fitness regimens are more abundant today than ever. And they're getting smarter, too. From the simplicity of mechanical step counters to ultra-smart digital devices that pack ...
Is a Rowing Machine a Good Workout? FitSugar.com This cardio workout allows a 130-pound woman to torch 115 calories in 15 minutes, similar to what you would burn on an indoor bicycle or elliptical. 2.
"If you've ever looked at the unloved rowing machine (also known as an ergometer) sitting in the corner, it's time to give the machine a second glance." Look for a certified instructor in your area to get the most from your workout. Find them here: http://ucanrow2.com/instructors/findaninstructor/
Adaptive rowing helps those with disabilities to stay active WTNH It's there that the Connecticut Adaptive Rowing Program is being held. People like Shellie Cyr and Joe Damon enjoy the challenge adaptive rowing presents.