Tag Archives: Workout

  • June 15, 2018

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    Featured MVP Cherokee Kim

    Hi! My name is Cherokee Kim. I am a former Pac-12 Golfer. I have 15 years of competitive golf experience, including several top-10 and top-5 finishes and a collegiate individual title. I would love to use all my golf knowledge and experience and help you with your golf game! My special interests inc

  • December 22, 2015

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    Exercise May Aid Brain’s ‘Rewiring’

    Moderate levels of exercise may increase the brain’s flexibility and improve learning, a new study suggests.


  • December 22, 2015

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    Why Some People Sweat a Lot More Than Others

    You’re trucking along on the treadmill and as you reach for a towel to wipe off the perspiration on your forehead, you can’t help but notice the guy to the right who’s sweating so much. It looks like he jumped in a river. Why is it that some people sweat like crazy and some are barely glisteni

  • November 17, 2015

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    Dietary Supplements Lead to 20,000 E.R. Visits Yearly

    A large new study by the federal government found that injuries caused by dietary supplements lead to more than 20,000 emergency room visits a year, many involving young adults with cardiovascular problems after taking supplements marketed for weight loss and energy enhanc

  • November 17, 2015

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    Five Ways Your Smartphone Can Help Your Health

    A doctor friend once told me the best thing I could do for my health was to turn off my cellphone. But that was before smartphone makers began building health and safety features into their phones. Here are five healthful tricks your phone can do.

    (NYTimes.com, by Jennifer Jolly)

  • November 10, 2015

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    Lifting Weights May Aid the Brain?

    Exercise is good for the brain. We know that. But most studies of exercise and brain health have focused on the effects of running, walking or other aerobic activities.


    Now a new experiment suggests that light resistance training may a

  • November 10, 2015

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    Foot Size Affects Running?

    Running efficiency, like fuel economy in cars, reflects how well your body uses energy at any given speed and can be affected by many traits, including body weight and how it is distributed.


    In general, according to a comprehensive 200

  • November 3, 2015

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    How effective is wearing a stabilizing knee support?

    When you say “effective,” we assume that you’re asking how well a knee support can stabilize a wobbly knee or lessen the pain of an arthritic one. The answer, based on a large body of science, is that nobody really knows.


    “For

  • November 3, 2015

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    A Placebo Can Make You Run Faster?

    Can a shot of salt water make you a faster runner?


    The answer appears to be a resounding yes, if you believe that the salt water contains something that should make you a faster runner, according to a new study of the power of placebos

  • October 13, 2015

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    A Long Walk or a Short Stair Climb?

    In the broadest terms, there is no wrong selection here, since both walking — even a few hundred steps — and climbing the stairs are better for your health than avoiding physical activity altogether.


    But if you want to get picky ab