If getting in shape was on your list of New Year's resolutions, but you just didn't meet your well intentioned goals, you are not alone. Many people make lofty goals regarding getting in shape, but fail in the follow through.
If you're a busy mom, jump-starting an exercise routine can be even more challenging— no matter how motivated you are. Finding time can be the greatest challenge: How do you squeeze exercise in around your children's extracurricular activities, the dentist appointments, birthday parties, and work demands? When you do find yourself with a few moments of free time, you're likely to have a long list of tasks competing for your attention — making it hard to justify leaving it all behind to go to the gym.
When most people think of aerobic exercise, or cardio, they think of sweating and fat loss, but what most people do not realize is there are many other important benefits of aerobic exercise.
Aerobic exercise is important not only for helping you look better, but for helping you feel better and improving your overall health as well. People of all ages can receive many health benefits from aerobic/cardio exercise. Aerobic exercise does not need to be done in a gym. What most people fail to realize is aerobic exercise can be done in a variety of ways.
The gimmicky gadget known as Whole Body Vibration (WBV) platform has come on the scene over the past few years, but is it a gimmick?
The expensive Whole Body Vibration platform has been advertised as offering people a revolutionary way to get into shape. Does Whole Body Vibration (WBV) have any place in a health and fitness program or are Whole Body Vibration platforms just a new way to separate people from their hard earned cash?