EXERCISE/FITNESS

What is Exercise/Fitness? More than simply working out, a commitment to keeping fit throughout your life encourages healing on all levels. Exercise keeps the mind and body young, the spirits soaring, and the soul open. Learn exercise and fitness tips here at All Things Healing. Our exercise and fitness articles will surely help you achieve a healthy lifestyle. For more information on exercise and fitness tips, visit us online today!

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(Assistant Editor Rachel Webster, PTA, CPT-ACE) Bess Coble, BS, LMT has been involved in the fitness and wellness field for over 20 years as an avid student, instructor and amateur a...
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Bess Coble, BS, LMT
Please welcome our Featured Guest Editor, Valerie Latona. Valerie Latona is the former Editor-in-Chief of Shape – and one of the leading writers/editors on the topic of living h...
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No couch potatoes here! Even asthmatics can – and should – get moving. Here are some tips to make that easy, safe and fun, with Dr. Joshua Fink, MD.

 

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by Arthur Rosenfeld

If you've traveled to China, you've likely encountered senior citizens flapping their arms early in the morning in public parks, or perhaps squatting, walking, singing or dancing in groups, twisting waists and wiggling hips and watching their own hands while performing repetitive movements. Most likely, these folks were engaging in their morning qigong...

 

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by Kathy Smith,

ATH Guest Editor of Exercise & Fitness

Need some more energy?  It's simple. All you have to do is...relax.
 
Yes, it seems like a contradiction. But when you think about it, the concept of "energy" has been misrepresented over the years...

 

 

 

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by Bess Coble,
ATH Editor of Exercise & Fitness

SEPTEMBER'S AMAZING PERSON

Sometimes an amazing person is someone you have never physically met ... and probably never will … yet their impact on your life is felt as profoundly as if you had. I learned of this month’s amazing person through one of our contributing writers, Penny Hoff. It’s her sister-in-law, Dori Love...

 

Amazing people are all around us: they are your best friend, your next-door neighbor, the one who drives you nuts, the person behind you in the checkout line. If you know of an amazing person send their information to the Exercise & Fitness Editor, or go to the Exercise & Fitness Forum and post it there, then we can all celebrate the amazing people who don't typically get the limelight.


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by Karen Collins

I’m just too tired to be as physically active as I know I should be. How do people have the energy for this?...

 

Editor’s Note from Bess Coble: This week’s fitness tip is from Karen Collins, MS, RN, CDN, the American Institute for Cancer Research’s HealthTalk Columnist.

 

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by Laura Dion-Jones

I’m lucky. I’ve always believed in myself - even now when I feel insecure and have doubts. When I was younger, I was told I was less by those who mattered most. Then I grew up. And I made sure I grew strong. And I made sure I always had the total support of my self – no matter what...

 

 

 

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Ten years after losing her husband, Jeremy Glick, on 9/11, Lyz Best aims to honor her husband’s memory by running the NYC Marathon.

 

 

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by Kathy Smith,
ATH Guest Editor of Exercise & Fitness

How do I put this delicately?  Getting a colonoscopy is a pain in the butt.  I procrastinated, and didn't get my first one until I was 53 (three years after the recommended starting age).  I knew that the preparation, the planning, and the procedure would be uncomfortable - but luckily Katie Couric saved the day. Her televised colonoscopy was a powerful reminder of how important these tests really are.

 

And when it comes to preventing colon cancer, here's some more important news I ran across...

 

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by Mark Warrington

If you want to keep down your weight, learn the habits of people who have kept themselves fit for the long term. You can then adapt these habits in your own lifestyle. Only by discontinuing harmful patterns of behavior and making a lifelong commitment to a series of healthy practices can you change your body for good. Here are some of the habits that slim people share: they eat more often, they chew their food well, and they drink plenty of water...

 

 

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by Denise Austin

Exercising outdoors is one of my favorite things to do, and I highly recommend it. You’ll soak up all that fresh air and vitamin D from the sun and engage all your senses. In addition, outdoor workouts are free — no gym memberships or class fees to worry about...

 

Editor’s Note by Bess Coble: This week’s fitness tip is from Denise Austin, an Everyday Health expert.

 

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by Carolyn Hansen

Our society teaches us that as long as we wear a size 0 and are below, or near, the minimum weight for our height, we are healthy. This is so far from the truth that it is ridiculous. You know those people who are slender, wear small clothing, eat whatever they want, and are satisfied with the numbers on the scale? Assuming they are healthy just because of the way they look is a grand misconception...

 

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Dr. Maggie Peterson talks about the one thing you can do each day to help improve your overall health. There are many things, but Dr. Peterson said if she could pick just one to get started, this would be it.

 

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The Secret to Eating Carbs

by Kathy Smith

When you munch on a muffin or take a swig of Gatorade, here’s what happens to the carbs that you just put in your mouth; they’re converted into glucose, which is essentially the body’s energy. The problem is that there’s only so much glucose that you actually need. The rest is converted into glycogen and stored in the liver and in your muscles. When glycogen storage reaches full capacity, all the extra carbs are converted into fat...

 

 

 

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