Most of us likely never have to worry about getting too much exercise. But should we ever approach the level of extreme athletic training, the research here indicates we are probably still safe from coronary incidents, barring other factors or causes.
Shoulder pain from rotator cuff problems is an all too common affliction for many of us. We tend to overuse or misuse our shoulder joints. But we can help prevent problems if we properly exercise the rotator cuff muscles. Click this link for some simple shoulder exercises.
Eating away from home is far too common in our society. And, with the way most places supersize the meals, it can wreck our healthy eating plans. But it does not have to. Read the tips at this link for ideas how to eat on the go.
Protein is overrated. And although it is often prescribed by Gym Bros, more protein is not the weight loss answer most of us need—we already consume enough protein in our daily meals. Unless for very specific athletic goals and needs, we likely should not increase protein intake. Read the short discussion at this link for details.
True … some of us are more susceptible to obesity than others. Some of us have to work harder—much harder—than others to get fit. And we may never be as lean as our neighbor. But, ultimately, even if lifestyle choices are not the primary cause of our obesity, lifestyle choices and behavior are the way we battle our obesity. Follow the link below for some insight into the factors of obesity.
A pulling exercise, the barbell row serves to strengthen the back, stabilize the spine, and activate the core. As with all exercise, proper form is essential to avoid injury. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE BEGINNING ANY NEW EXERCISE PROGRAM.
As we report here again and again, if it includes the word “diet,” it likely is not a good thing. Most diets, like the Carnivore Diet discussed in the link below, usually eliminate some essential nutrition element or another. And that is what makes them suspect.