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Ladies, Being Physically Fit Can Decrease Your Risk of Dementia

Ladies, Being Physically Fit Can Decrease Your Risk of Dementia

Being physically fit is known to contribute to a host of healthy benefits, including staving off metabolic diseases and protecting against heart disease. Now, a new study says that being physically fit can highly decrease a women’s risk of dementia. What is Dementia? According to […]

Why You Need A Fitness Partner Right Now

Why You Need A Fitness Partner Right Now

It’s true – having a “fitness buddy” has a positive impact on your health! According to a new Dutch study, scientists report that more than 90% of people who start an exercise program with a fitness buddy continue to work out after a year. If […]

How to Crush your Health and Fitness Resolution

How to Crush your Health and Fitness Resolution

If you’re like many others, you’ve made a New Year’s Resolution to get your health back on track. Whether your goal is to lose weight, eat healthy or just to remember to take your vitamins daily, here’s what you need to know in order to […]

Athletic Performance in Women Increased with These Two Minerals

Athletic Performance in Women Increased with These Two Minerals

In order to achieve peak performance, athletes need good nutrition and specific vitamins and minerals to keep their bodies in optimal health. Female athletes have special nutritional needs, due to hormones and menstruation. The three commonly suggested minerals for female athletes are iron, copper and […]

10 Fall-Inspired Fitness Tips You Need To Know!

10 Fall-Inspired Fitness Tips You Need To Know!

Just because the leaves are changing color and the temperature is dropping, doesn’t mean your motivation should follow suit! If the colder weather and lack of motivation is keeping you from your fitness goals, these 10 fall-inspired fitness tips may help. Make a motivation board […]

Fitness Spotlight: Do “Weekend Warriors” Have the Right Idea?

Fitness Spotlight: Do “Weekend Warriors” Have the Right Idea?

A new study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine says that packing the recommended amount of weekly exercise into just one or two workout sessions may lower your risk of death close to risk levels that regular exercise offers. Though WHO (the World Health […]