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Running To Stay Fit
A few things: Firstly, i would hope that you have the opportunity to leave the house, even for a short time to get some form of exercise. Ie: walk around the block. However, if you need to be at home, depending on your health and agility, use can do push ups, run in place, stretch, lift weights. Eat properly and get enough sleep. ...Read more
Exercises,sports: Depend on your tolerance and condition, you can do sports, or exercises in which there are many forms, and eating healthy. You can join the gym, there are usually trainers who will counsel you based on your present condition and recommend what is appropriate for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Take care of...: One should take care of both the mind and the body. First, no drug misuse and no smoking. Occasional alcohol is ok, if no alcoholism in the family. Keep a healthy mental outlook. Exercise every day or every other day, 30-60 minutes each time. Eat natural foods, with plenty of vegetables. Avoid animal fats, sugars, and refined starches. Of course, eat no more calories than one's body needs. ...Read more
Move around : It's all a math problem... The body is a machine and most people have too much fuel and not enough motion, so the body puts some in reserve. Keep moving and make sure the intake equals the output. ...Read more
Depends: Usually would need to do aerobic exercise 3 to 4 days per week for a minimum average of 30 min per session. Having at least one session per week with intervals of increased intensity will help. Also try to have one session being a bit longer (40-60 min). Varying intensity and duration would help to maintain fitness better as the body easily adjusts to the "sameness" of routine so mix it up. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Water: Lots of water.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tips on how to stay fit and keep exercising during winter as i tend to put on weight in winter. Thank you?
Cold Weather: If cold weather prevents you from exercising outdoors, then consider indoor activities such as swimming in an indoor pool, indoor sports (basketball, soccer, etc), stationary bicycling, running on a treadmill, or fitness classes such as yoga, step aerobics, or pilates. As always, check with your physician before pursuing any vigorous exercise regimen. ...Read more
Stress: Do aerobic exercise 40 to 50 minutes 4 to 6 times a week in your target zone, being a little breathy. Maintain a health diet, get 8 hours sleep a night and maintain positive relationships. Also use the free anti anxiety app featured on the soundmindz.Org website for ongoing support and information to remain stress free. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sport Specific Specs: Check with your optometrist. They make sports specific lenses for a variety of different sports with shatter resistant lenses and some with bands to fit around the head to prevent them from coming off. If your child has regular over the ear glasses, and they are already an approved lens, check your local sporting goods store for a strap that will hold them. Look into soft contacts too. ...Read more
Simple, but loaded ?: If you are well hydrated before the run, u should not need much or at all during a run of a hour or so and you can replace the water loss after done running. Weather is a big factor--more sweating, more loss. If you want, sip some water every 15-mins as a trial. U will feel discomfort in belly if drinking too much. So, gauge yourself. Avoid time of excessive heat or cold. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Well: Physically you don't. Mentally you can visualize. ...Read more
Take a Break: Agree with dr. E and dr.G about walking and stretching. Prevent computer/tech stiffness by varying your activities every 20-30 minutes. Don't be glued to the screen. Easy stretches to do at your desk can be found at: http://myappleaday.Com/?P=914 good luck. Be well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Exercise: You can't pick & choose what curves you want the body to spot reduce or keep---weight loss is global & adipose/weight redistribution is pre-programmed (e.g. "apples versus pears" body shape). You can however control calorie intake, snacking, portion & meal size, meal composition (proteins, carbs, fats). You are encouraged to exercise regularly, stay active, avoid fad diets, alcohol, & fast food. ...Read more
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