Sometimes, kids spend their summers at home in front of the television, but there are many ways to help encourage them to be active, healthy, and happy.
If you are thinking about starting an exercise program, congratulations! It can be challenging to figure out how and when to begin. Here’s some useful information to get you started:
Aerobic activity is incredibly important. It is not only very beneficial to your entire metabolic and muscular systems and vital for day to day functioning, but it is also a potent tool in maintaining weight loss.
While doing strength workouts, it is possible to get in some cardio work at the same time, by mixing in some moderate to high intensity cardio exercises between strength sets or circuits.
Getting regular exercise is a vital part of your healthy lifestyle. Among the tools that can help you are SMART goals the FITT principle.
When it comes to cardio exercise, whether you work at a fast or a slow pace depends on your current goals.
With summer on the way, people are ready to get back into the swing of their exercise plans. Here’s an article that offers some helpful tips for getting back on track.
Like everything at the Comprehensive Bariatric Center–from the waiting room chairs, to restrooms, to hallways and exam rooms–the Yoga and Exercise Center is designed with bariatric patients in mind.