Exercise

Exercise is a key component to having a long and healthy life. Look at how your body responds to exercise and learn about specific exercises for different areas of the body.

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Knowing how much exercise to lower your cholesterol can help you in more ways than one. Learn more about exercising and what the right amount is needed to lower cholesterol levels.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Everyone would like six-pack abdominals, but what exercise is best? Here, find ab exercises listed in order from most effective to least effective.

This home workout program contains exercises that target your abs, arms, chest, shoulders, legs, and more. Find out how to use this home workout program to tone your entire body and get in shape.

By Lisa Faremouth

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A total body workout routine is a great way to stay fit and energetic. Get step-by-step instructions for simple total body exercises, and you'll be on your way to a happy, healthy lifestyle.

Walking is a great way to ward off obesity and promote good health. Learn about the power of walking and how you can incorporate it into your daily routine.

By Paul Chek

Exercise is an important component of the USDA Dietary Guidelines. But many people aren't in the regular habit of physical activity. So how do you start? Learn more about the USDA Dietary Guidelines Exercising Tips.

These USDA exercise tips cover everything you need to know about physical activity and getting in shape. Take a look at USDA exercise tips to learn more.

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Making exercising more enjoyable can lead to losing weight and keeping it off. Learn more about what you can do to create a workout that is fun and safe to help you with your weight control.

By Elizabeth Scherer

It has been studied that if an individual gets some form of exercise each day it will have benefits on that person's health. Find out what you can do to become more active on daily basis.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

There are many tests that an individual needs to consider if afflicted by an illness. Learn more about what the talk test is and how it is used to diagnose a specific disease.

By Bobbie Hasselbring

Whether you're a fitness junkie or exercising for the first time, find out whether exercise can impact your sex life? Our article will help you find the answer to the relationship between exercise and better sex.

By Greg Shealey

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If you're juggling a career and a family, your schedule is probably pretty packed -- how can you fit in an exercise program? Here are suggestions for busy women to get in shape and stay there.

By DiscoveryHealth.com writers

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Learn more about taking the right steps to a safe and effective exercise regimen.

By The American Diabetes Association

There are exercise options and priorities for individuals with fibromyalgia. Try these ideas to address the muscular function needed to improve daily performance.

By the editors of PureHealthMD

When looking at weight training vs. cardiovascular exercise, there are plenty of conflicting opinions on which is better. Read about the benefits and risks of weight training and cardiovascular exercise.

By DiscoveryHealth.com writers

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If you're going to commit to getting fit, you want to get the biggest bang for your buck. Learn three of the best exercises any woman can do to effectively lose weight and strengthen muscles.

By Discovery Fit and Health Writers

Tired of running and getting nowhere? Join the club -- endless rounds on the treadmill aren't for every gym rat. But if you know where to look, you just might find the very special workout you've been hoping for.

By Molly Edmonds

We all know exercise is good for us, but how much do we need in order to achieve maximum heart benefits? What makes 90 minutes of exercise per week the magic number?

By Julia Layton

When you exercise, you're using your muscles to create motion. The body has an incredibly complex set of processes to meet the demands of working muscles. Find out how your body responds to exercise.

By Craig Freudenrich, Ph.D.

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Pilates, an exercise system originally developed to rehabilitate German internees in World War I England, has entered into the mainstream. Learn how Pilates builds muscle strength without adding bulk.

By Janel Chatraw

Our tips on how to walk in bad weather include protecting yourself against heat, humidity, cold, and rain. If walking becomes part of your everyday routine you might actually enjoy walking in bad weather. Learn how to walk in bad weather.

By Tommy Boone

Our tips on how to plan a walking route address outdoor walking, mall walking, gym walking, and walking safety. Finding the proper route can help you burn more calories and it will make the walk more enjoyable. Learn how to plan a walking route.

By Tommy Boone

Fitting walking into your life is easy if you have the proper attitude and make a commitment to exercise. Walking is an exercise routine that you can base on your terms, such as location and duration. Learn about fitting walking into your life.

By Tommy Boone

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Our tips on how to energize a walking routine include walking with music or joining a walking club. Spicing up your walking routine is a way for you to stay committed in your efforts to stay fit. Learn how to energize a walking routine.

By Tommy Boone

The health benefits of walking include a reduced risk of disease, improved sleep, increased energy, and more. It also helps strengthen muscles and bones, which lowers the risk of osteoporosis.

By Tommy Boone