When it comes to being couch potatoes, Americans aren’t alone. Physical inactivity has become a global pandemic, say researchers in a series of related papers published in the journal Lancet.
Whether you exercise every day or not, you still need to cut down the time you spend sitting in a chair
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For some healthy people, exercise may actually increase heart risk, according to a paper published this week in the journal PLoS One.
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Getting healthy doesn’t mean having to overhaul your entire lifestyle.
New York Times columnist and author Gretchen Reynolds explains in her new book why you don’t need to train for a marathon to benefit from exercise. And she sings the praises of “fartleking.” What’s that? Read on.
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Up to 15% of women apparently experience orgasm as a fringe benefit of physical exertion. Crunches, anyone?
If traditional weight-loss diets have failed you, you might just try hitting the sack.