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  • How to Maintain Bone Health?

    How to Maintain Bone Health?

    Cycling is extremely beneficial to your leg muscles and cardiovascular system but not so great for your bones. In reality, the more you ride and depending on your diet, the more attention you should to pay to your bone health. Broken bones are fairly common among professional riders. In fact, they are almost a rite of passage. In this […] More

  • 8 Steps to Improve Your Bone Health

    8 Steps to Improve Your Bone Health

    Here are eight effective steps that will help you to improve your bone health. WEIGHT LIFTING: Weight-bearing workout is crucial for new bone formation. Researchers at the Bone and Joint Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Centre in Michigan discovered the best bone-building exercises included jumping for the lower body, and racquet sports such as tennis for the upper body. REST […] More

  • Hyper Healthy Combinations of Foods

    Enjoy the benefits of Hyper Healthy Combinations of Foods.  Steak + tomato = more energy Red meat contains plenty of iron, which is vital for carrying oxygen around the body. But you need vitamin C to properly absorb iron, so prepare a grilled tomato, as well. Cherries + dark chocolate = healthy heart Cherries are packed with quercetin, […] More

  • Exercise in Different Stages of Life

    Exercise in Different Stages of Life

    Exercise in all stages of life can revitalize you inside and outside. However, regardless of your age, it’s crucial to take into account your key needs at that stage. In your 20s: Now is the time to lay the groundwork for a lifetime of fitness, so identify what you like and what balance of different kinds […] More

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    How Our Bodies Work 2: Spine, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

    Our bodies have many amazing systems. The ones most directly affected by regular exercise are the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Last time we took a look at the skeletal and muscular systems, and now we’ll learn more about the spine, and the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.   The spine Your backbone […] More

  • How Our Bodies Work - Part 1: Skeletal and Muscular Systems

    How Our Bodies Work 1: Skeletal and Muscular Systems

    Before starting any form of exercise, it’s important to understand how our bodies work and how they will benefit from the physical exercise you’re about to start. Of the body’s many unbelievable systems, the ones most directly affected by regular exercise are the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. The skeletal system Your skeleton is made […] More