Fitness

When we talk about fitness we’re generally talking about our overall state of health, usually a result of good eating habits and exercise. But there is more to it than that. Fitness is different for each individual based on their own ability. Fitness for a teen is a lot different than fitness for someone in their 60s. And the focus of being fit is also different. Teens want to be able to compete in sports for fun or for school. Seniors focus more on being able to do activities of daily living with ease and without injury.

You’ll find information on weight training, personal training, and cardio for all ages. We have exercises you can do at home on your own for general health or rehab of an injury or illness.

Whatever the level of fitness you’re seeking, we have something for you! You can find information by category or by using the search box at the top of each page. We have tags to help you find related articles. When we find good resources to help you learn more, we provide links to their site to help you in your quest for good health.

For more information about fitness

For more information on nutrition contact the following organizations:

Steps to a HealthierUS, HHS
Internet address: http://www.healthierus.gov

Weight Control Information Network, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH, HHS
Internet address: http://win.niddk.nih.gov

Food and Nutrition Information Center, USDA
Internet address: http://www.nutrition.gov

MyPyramid.gov, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Internet address: http://www.mypyramid.gov

The President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports
Internet address: http://www.fitness.gov

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Information Center (NHLBI), National Institutes of Health, HHS
Internet address: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov

Food and Drug Administration (FDA), HHS
Internet address: http://www.fda.gov

American Society of Bariatric Physicians
Internet address: http://www.asbp.org/siterun_data/

 

Comments

  1. Media Partners says:

    The best way to get a flat tummy is to exercise your core. By exercising your abdominal muscles, you can tighten them to give your tummy a flatter appearance. But it’s key to get rid of any excess fat overlying the muscles or your tummy won’t look flat. To get rid of excess fat, you need to do fat burning exercises (aerobic exercise) and eat the right amount of calories to manage your weight. If you want to lose weight, you should eat fewer calories each day than your body burns. To gain weight, eat more calories than you burn. To maintain your weight the calories you eat should equal the calories you burn. Calories are calories — it’s not which calories you eat, it’s how many calories.

  2. What exercise and what food will i eat to reduce my weight and have a flat tummy

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