Exercise Tied to Lower Risk for 13 Types of Cancer – The New York Times

PHYS ED Exercise Tied to Lower Risk for 13 Types of Cancer By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS MAY 18, 2016 5:31 AMMay 18, 2016 5:31 am 66 PHYS ED Anyone who still needs motivation to move more may find it in a new study showing that, in addition to its other health benefits, exercise appears to substantially reduce the risk of developing 13 different varieties of cancer. … Continue reading Exercise Tied to Lower Risk for 13 Types of Cancer – The New York Times

Royal Canadian Air Force 5 Basic Exercises Plan

The program, called 5BX for “Five Basic Exercises,” was invented in the 1950s but has aged fairly well. (When Runner’s World writer Alex Hutchinson started looking into the program, he found out his uncle had been doing it for almost 50 years.) The old-school sit-ups in the program should probably be replaced with crunches or other ab exercises, but otherwise it’s still solid.   The … Continue reading Royal Canadian Air Force 5 Basic Exercises Plan

Exercise Stops The Mitochondrial Aging Process In Its Tracks

Written By: Sayer Ji, Founder at Green Med Info New research published in the American Journal of Physiology indicates that exercise may minimize, and even reverse, age-associated declines in mitochondrial function.[1]  This has wide-ranging implications, as the health of the mitochondria intimately affect every cell, tissue and organ within the human body. Mitochondria are known as the “powerhouse” of the cell because they are responsible for … Continue reading Exercise Stops The Mitochondrial Aging Process In Its Tracks