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Cardio exercise: get on track

Old or young, fat or thin, fit or flabby, a regular cardio routine is a must for everyone
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Sporty @ forty

What you should know when embarking on the road to fitness in your 40s
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Who says fitness needs time?

You can stay active even without changing your schedule
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Not by any stretch

If you think stretching prevents injury, you're mistaken
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(Video) Physical activity helps cognition

Child psychiatrist Laura Rocker, MD, discusses the mental boost we receive from exercise in our youth
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Exercise dos and don’ts

Here's a list of workout dos and don'ts that is guaranteed to bring instant improvement to your fitness levels
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Sore no more

Don't let workout aches and pains come in the way of your fitness. If you're just beginning a new sports or exercise programme, be well-informed and understand the degree and severity of the pain you experience
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Recharge your resolve to stay fit

If you find your resolve to exercise weakening, read these benefits of exercise—they'll fire you up again
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Burn out calories, not yourself

Follow these simple tips to prevent your workout from exhausting you
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Workout form: Get it straight

Correct posture is imperative; whether you're working out, sitting, walking, jogging or sleeping