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Low Impact Cardio or HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training): What’s Right for...

Any cardiovascular exercise (or “cardio” for short) that doesn’t exceed your fitness level or contradict your doctor’s orders should be good for you. However,...

Medical Imaging Explained

Medical imaging is the process of creating visual representations of internal organs, bones, abnormal growths or inflammations and other structures or areas. It is...

Fix Your Posture, Change Your Life

Was your mom always bugging you to fix your posture and stand up straight? Turns out that yet again, she was right. Good posture...

Possible Causes of Back Pain

Persistent back pain affects millions of Americans to some degree and is a leading cause of disability. One of the challenges is that there...

Psoas Muscle: What is it and Why is it Important?

If you ask someone to name a few muscles in the human body, odds are they will list the biceps and triceps muscles, maybe...

Weight Training for a Healthy Heart

When most people think of exercise to promote heart health, aerobic activities such as running, biking or swimming come to mind. While there’s no...

5 Stretches You Should Do Every Day

When we think of stretching we tend to picture it in the context of preparing for or winding down after a workout. Those are...

Ew! Avoid Locker Room Germs While Getting Fit

You go to the gym to get healthy, so the last thing you want to do is walk out with a bug that might...

Fun Ways to Exercise With Your Kid

What’s one thing today’s kids and parents have in common? It’s likely that neither is moving around enough. But parents can change that, by working...

Shooting Leg Pain Explained

You’re walking along feeling fine, and all of a sudden, it hits you in a flash: pain that shoots all the way down your...

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Low Impact Cardio or HIIT

Low Impact Cardio or HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training): What’s Right for You?

Any cardiovascular exercise (or “cardio” for short) that doesn’t exceed your fitness level or contradict your doctor’s orders should be good for you. However,...