Previous Get Moving Articles - 2022
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
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.
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.