The arrival of summer means golf season has arrived and people are headed to the links. Mount Sinai School of Medicine Orthopaedic doctors and Decisive Latino offer this expert advice on how to play safely and stay injury free. Potential injuries include inflammation, tendonitis, back, knee and shoulder pain and carpal... Read More
Each year, most Americans add five–six pounds to their weight during the holidays. While relaxing on the couch may be one appeal of the season, getting off the couch can be fun too. Here are a few simple steps from Decisive Latino for staying in shape at the most special... Read More
Technology plays a big part in our daily lives helping us work smarter, faster, provide information, entertainment and stay connected. What if you could harness some technology to literally shape your body or improve (keep tabs) on your health? I took a look at some health-related high-tech gadgets that offer more... Read More
Fitness vacations are so in and a definite sign of the times. Working out is becoming increasingly popular, so personal trainers and health enthusiasts are constantly coming up with new ways to exercise. Putting your health at the forefront of your priorities is essential to a long life. With a fitness... Read More
Fit vacations are so in and a definite sign of the times. Working out is becoming increasingly popular, so personal trainers and health enthusiasts are constantly coming up with new ways to exercise. Putting your health at the forefront of your priorities is essential to a long life. With a fitness... Read More
Not only can adults fight the battle of strength and muscle loss that comes with age, normally, adults who are sedentary beyond age 50 can expect muscle loss of up to 0.4 pounds a year, but the Golden Years can be a time to get stronger, say experts at the...
When you think about getting in shape, you might flash back to '80s movie montages of jogging up stairs, hitting punching bags and practicing martial arts moves. But if the movies had it right, they'd also show the hero kicking back with a glass of chocolate...
You might think it’s difficult to get a total body workout in a confined space, primarily because exercise equipment is usually designed to take up a fair amount of space – But no worries. Today, there are so many innovative tools; we can get more creative than ever before....
Many people equate exercise with pain––they want to "feel the burn" because "there's no gain without pain." But when it comes to gaining muscle, rest is just as important as repetition. Exercise causes small tears in muscle fibers. During rest, the body works to repair those muscles,...
Finding the time to exercise is hard, especially for busy women juggling a career, family and a social life. But the "exergaming" phenomenon has made it easier for many to workout in the privacy of their own home at their own pace while cutting gym costs drastically. These fitness games go...
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