Tag: Exercise

Mental Health Exercises: 8 Keys to Get and Stay Moving

By Christina Hibbert, Psy.D. 8 Keys To Mental Health Through Exercise If exercise is so good for physical and mental health, why aren’t more of us exercising for mental health? Why aren’t medical and mental health practitioners not only recommending exercise but also showing us how to safely start and continue exercising for mental health? The following overview of my 8…

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Fitness Motivation Tricks That Actually Work

Nearly a dozen research- and expert-backed tips you haven’t heard before. By Alyssa Sparacino Low energy. Busy schedules. Oversized expectations. These are just some of the common barriers (or excuses) that can come between you and your fitness goals. Despite knowing that regular exercise can lower blood pressure, reduce risk of cardiovascular disease, and help maintain a healthy weight, sometimes actually, well, moving is simply…

Why Women Should Sync Their Workout Routine With Their Menstrual Cycle

By: Alisa Vitti If you’re tried different fitness routines to help solve your period problems, you know on some level that they don’t work for women. Maybe you made progress for a while, but then it stalled. Maybe you never made progress or, worse, your symptoms got more severe when you started a new health and fitness routine. This phenomenon…

Kirsty Godso Shows How to Master the At-Home Workout Without Equipment

Kirsty Godso Shows How to Master the At-Home Workout Without Equipment “I miss the gym, but I’m good at being creative,” Kirsty Godso, the Nike Master Trainer and founder of Made Of protein powder, says with a laugh. Now, without battle ropes and gymnastic rings at her disposal, Godso, who’s been social distancing at home in her Manhattan apartment, has been keeping her svelte…