They’re both beneficial physically and mentally, but there’s a clear winner. Read the full article for The New York Times.
You can still get in your cardio—no running required. Read the full article for SELF.
With age comes wisdom, a full life, and discounts on movie tickets and rental cars. But as your body moves through—and beyond—the shifts of menopause, biology does throw a few whammies your way in the weight gain department: About 10 pounds, on average, according to San Francisco–based functional medicine specialist Marsha Nunley, MD. Read the full article for Prevention.
Have a hefty weight loss goal? Consider walking, not running, toward your best new body. A recent British study found people who regularly walked for fitness—albeit at a fast pace—weighed less than those devoted to other types of physical activity, including running, swimming, and cycling. Read the full article for Prevention.
SOME PEOPLE discover serenity among plants and trees. Others look to the glassy surface of a calm pool for respite. And many locate their zen right on their own yoga mat. Where will you find stress relief? Read the full article on NowU.com.
A simple habit could make you healthier: People who walk or bike to the office have a significantly lower risk of diabetes and obesity, finds new research from the U.K. Read the full article in Men’s Health News.