Regular exercise has been proven to be one of the methods you can use to help lower your blood pressure. Here are six exercises that are good for people with high blood pressure according to an article in U.S. News:
The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute defines the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) eating plan as a flexible and balanced eating pan that creates a heart-healthy eating style for life.
September is National Yoga Month. This time is used to promote the health benefits of yoga and inspire a healthy lifestyle. Here are 4 ways to celebrate:
Need help and support for everyday task such as carrying heavy objects or rising off the floor? Functional fitness can help by strengthening muscles to promote balance, endurance, and flexibility. These beginner-friendly, strength training exercises mostly use your body weight, and can improve the quality of your life.
If you have arthritis, our personal trainers can create a plan that is safe and effective when you purchase a training package. To learn more about personal training, please visit the Member Services desk.
Many adults do not complete the recommended amount of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity per week. Working full time, family responsibilities and social schedules can make it difficult to squeeze time in for a workout. Check out this 10-Minute workout.
Check out these ways to reward yourself after you reach your workout goals.
Let’s take a look at why exercise before surgery is also important for your recovery.
With busy schedules that include work, family, and social commitments finding time to work out may seem difficult. But did you know that exercise can help increase your productivity—helping you to look and feel better?
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