Balance and flexibility are two components of physical fitness that are greatly under-appreciated, and thus are under-trained. After all, when was the last time you stood on one leg with your eyes closed and called it exercise?
While ski jumpers can eat as little as 1,300 calories, cross-country skiers can consume as much as 7,000 calories.
Exercise-induced respiratory symptoms are fairly common in adolescents and young adults, and the most likely explanation is asthma. But exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction, or EILO, is often missed by physicians.
Add these movements to your workout routine to improve the range of motion and strengthen the muscles supporting arthritic joints.
Nutritional experts don't suggest that you abandon the sugar that occurs naturally in fresh and frozen fruit. Rather, they're talking about the stuff that you add to cookie dough or sprinkle onto your morning oatmeal.
The lights on Boathouse Row are not the only ones shining bright; this app glows with data from GPS users, from lap swimmers at John B. Kelly pool to runners along the Cooper River.
NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen and naproxen, can be effective for sports-related aches and pains. But they also can lead to unintended consequences.
Sure, you could repeat the same training you did last year and you'll finish. Seems to me you've already proved that to yourself, though. Why not kick things up a notch?
We should all exercise, and this is a way to use those same hours to make money.
If the source of the problem is not correctly addressed, NSAIDs merely provide a "band aid," treating the symptoms rather than curing the cause of the pain.
Consider the following additions of flavor to some favorite and common foods.
If you have a minor pull or sprain, follow these steps to avoid a long, drawn out recovery process.
Resist the temptation to hibernate indoors until warmer weather returns.