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Fitness professionals praise simple, sustainable and modifiable moves.
If you're the type spending hours at the gym -- chest fly, back row, biceps curl, repeat -- it's time to reconsider your routine. Find out how to get leaner and work out less (all without a trainer).
What you know: Exercise builds bone mass. What you probably don't know: The best bone workouts meet certain criteria, says
Have you ever walked into the gym and asked yourself, "Where the ____ do I begin?" (I'll allow you to fill in the blank.) Trust me, I have. But working out doesn't have to stress you out. Here are five often overlooked exercises that you should be doing to maximize results.
Dr. Pamela Peeke is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland, WebMD's lifestyle expert, Chief Medical
1. Better long-term results Research shows that those who exercise in the morning are more consistent exercisers than those
"Best and Worst Exercises to Do When You Have a Cold" originally appeared on Health.com If you're feeling under the weather
"I really like doing the sprawl. It's a great move that gets your entire body working. It targets legs, chest, back, abs
As the countries 78 million baby boomers have begun aging, "...there is a trend toward activities that are moderate in intensity and not so pounding on the body."
Your goal: Prevent high blood pressure. The game plan: Walking. Lace up your sneakers and power walk for 24 minutes. The