Short Bursts Of High-Intensity Interval Training Workouts Can Improve Consumers’ Fitness

Spending hours in the gym isn’t possible for all consumers. However, a new study conducted by researchers from the Physiological Society found that this level of dedication may not be necessary to improve physical fitness. Continue Reading →

Mild Weight Loss Could Cut The Risk Of Diabetes In Half, Study Finds

Excess weight has been identified as one of the biggest risk factors for diabetes, and now researchers from the University of East Anglia are exploring how weight loss could benefit consumers who are most vulnerable to the condition. Continue Reading →

City Parks Foundation Brings Free Senior Yoga And Fitness Walking Uptown

“Bloom into Spring fitness” to get your mind, body, and soul right. Across the borough from Harlem to Houston, the City Parks Foundation is kicking off its 2019 Spring Sports Program for seniors this month. Continue Reading →


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