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  • Exercise and Target Heart Rate

    Exercise and Target Heart Rate The fitness world is full of exercise gadgets, some good, but many more trouble than they are worth. Regardless of what shape you are in, one device you might find usef...

  • Have a Hearty Workout for Your Heart

    Have a Hearty Workout for Your Heart Your heart, about the size of a clenched fist, is a highly efficient pump. According to the American Heart Association, your heart pumps nearly 2,000 gallons of b...

  • Stay Fit When You Have a Health Challenge

    Stay Fit When You Have a Health Challenge Working out when you have a serious illness or health problem can be challenging. But for most people who have health issues, exercising can improve their pr...

  • Designing an Exercise Program

    Designing an Exercise Program How to design an exercise program Exercise is essential to maintaining health and can also improve your overall sense of well-being. Even low-to-moderate intensity activ...

  • Exercise: Before Starting an Exercise Program

    Exercise: Before Starting an Exercise Program Starting a daily exercise program It is always important to consult your physician before starting an exercise program. This is particularly true if any ...

  • Risks of Physical Inactivity

    Risks of Physical Inactivity What health risks are associated with physical inactivity? Lack of physical activity has clearly been shown to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and other condi...

  • Strength Training and Heart Disease

    Strength Training and Heart Disease If you think that you can't begin a strength-training program because you have heart disease, think again. Heart patients who do a strength-training program three ...