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Previous Get Moving Articles - 2022

Winterize Your Exercise, Indoors and Out

Has old man winter blown away some of your exercise motivation? Even though it’s cold outside, your muscles still need to feel the burn. Beat midwinter workout blahs by switching things up.

Ways that Exercise Helps Alzheimer’s Disease

Physical exercise has long been touted as a way to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In recent years, a growing body of evidence suggests that exercise may also benefit those living with the disease.

How Can Exercise Improve Oral Health?

Exercise has so many documented benefits, including its ability to lower the risk of heart disease, obesity, Type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer but research indicates it can also boost oral health.

Exercise After Stroke: What the Latest Guidelines Recommend

The best exercise after a stroke varies from person to person. Every stroke is different and every patient sustains different secondary effects. Therefore, every stroke survivor should talk to their therapist for the best recommendations. Exercise after

Walking: Trim Your Waistline, Improve Your Health

Can you really walk your way to fitness? You bet, get started today. Physical activity doesn't need to be complicated. Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier life.

Men: Exercise Can Do a Lot More For You Than Build Muscle

Along with other healthy lifestyle choices, the right kinds of physical activity can help prevent health threats. Aerobic exercise such as walking, swimming, running or biking strengthens your heart and lowers your blood pressure. You should aim for

Why Exercise Helps Maintain Mental Health

Being healthy is not just about a certain size jeans, a scale victory or avoiding health issues like diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol. It’s about maintaining both mental and physical health, exercise can help in both areas.

Exercising and Stress

Stress - it affects everyone. It can even be a good thing in small doses. Normal everyday stress can give us that rush of energy when we need it most. However, our bodies aren’t made to be in high alert mode constantly.

Exercising After Colorectal Cancer

With the wide array of cancer treatments used to treat colorectal cancer, many survivors are left dealing with side effects that could last months or years. These side effects could potentially be lessened with regular exercise

The Yoga Heart Connection

Exercise that revs up your heart rate isn’t the only kind of physical activity that can help prevent or manage heart disease. The calming exercise of yoga is good for the heart, too.

Cardio vs. Strength Training

Regular exercise is more than just good for you, it’s a powerful way to improve your physical and mental health. Most types of exercise fall into one of two categories: cardiovascular exercise and strength training.