active ageing

Friday, March 10th, 2017

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Thursday, January 12th, 2017

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eating during the holiday.

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

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finding the right time.

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

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fit tips

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

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physical fitness

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

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20014 Summer workout tip

Monday, June 30th, 2014

1 Exercising early in the morning “jump starts” your metabolism, keeping it elevated for hours, sometimes for up to 24 hours! As a result, you’ll be burning more calories all day long—just because you exercised in the morning.  

 

2 Studies have shown that exercise significantly increases mental acuity—a benefit that lasts four to ten hours after your workout ends. Exercising in the a.m. means you get to harness that brainpower, instead of wasting it while you’re snoozing.  

 

3 Assuming you make exercise a true priority, it shouldn’t be a major problem to get earlier—especially since regular exercise generally means a higher quality of sleep, which in turn means you’ll probably require less sleep. Earlier each day

 

4 When you exercise at about the same time every morning—especially if you wake up regularly at about the same time—you’re regulating your body’s endocrine system and circadian rhythms. Your body learns that you do the same thing just about every day, and it begins to prepare for waking and exercise several hours before you actually open your eyes. That’s beneficial

 

5 Keep the some workout every day for as long as you can. But do not keep it for longer than 3 months it will become boring going over and over the same workout plus  you will not see any more good results. Look for a good fitness instructor or personal trainer. They will give you a good tip of how you can go to the next level.  

 

Enjoy you summer work out.    

Academic work out

Friday, September 20th, 2013

how to exercise during the academic year

Go to class in your gym clothes.

Keep it appropriate for class, of course, but if you’re already in comfy shoes, running shorts/pants, and a t-shirt, you’ll be much more likely to pop into the gym

Hit the gym between classes.

You know that hour you usually use to chat with friends, grab a coffee, and generally just mosey around? Mosey to the gym, catch up with your friends while on the treadmills, and grab a coffee en route to your next class. You’ll still get your regular between-class activities in while also sneaking in a quick workout.

Exercise with a friend.

One of the best tricks for making sure you get your workout in is to do it with a friend — at the gym, in a pick-up game, playing touch football. No matter what you do, you can hold each other accountable, motivate each other, and make the time go quicker once you do start your workouts.

Do your homework at the gym.

Have some less-than-exciting reading you just need to get through? Set yourself up on a bike at the gym, put in some headphones, and get through your reading while also getting through your workout.

Sign up for an exercise class and treat it like an academic class.

Sign up for a yoga or other exercise class and treat it just like a “real” class. Make sure you show up every week and do what you’re required to do each session. Added bonus: A scheduled class means you don’t always have to feel like you should be going to the gym, since you know you’ll be going every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at. Any time will do

Make a reward system.

Consider setting something up, like a Google shared calendar or even something you hang up in your room, where your friend and you keep track of your workouts. At the end of the month, for example, whoever was most consistent, worked out the most, etc., gets treated by the others to something fun (dinner out? pedicure? iTunes gift card?).

Join an intramural sports team.

Intramural teams are a great way to get exercise while in school. The workouts are fun and you can meet a lot of new people, learn more about a sport, and generally have a great time that doesn’t feel nearly as dreary as running laps alone.

 

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

how to exercise during the academic year 

Go to class in your gym clothes. 
Keep it appropriate for class, of course, but if you’re already in comfy shoes, running shorts/pants, and a t-shirt, you’ll be much more likely to pop into the gym 

Hit the gym between classes.

You know that hour you usually use to chat with friends, grab a coffee, and generally just mosey around? Mosey to the gym, catch up with your friends while on the treadmills, and grab a coffee en route to your next class. You’ll still get your regular between-class activities in while also sneaking in a quick workout.

Exercise with a friend. 

One of the best tricks for making sure you get your workout in is to do it with a friend — at the gym, in a pick-up game, playing touch football. No matter what you do, you can hold each other accountable, motivate each other, and make the time go quicker once you do start your workouts.

Do your homework at the gym.

Have some less-than-exciting reading you just need to get through? Set yourself up on a bike at the gym, put in some headphones, and get through your reading while also getting 
through your workout.

Sign up for an exercise class and treat it like an academic class.

Sign up for a yoga or other exercise class and treat it just like a “real” class. Make sure you show up every week and do what you’re required to do each session. Added bonus: A scheduled class means you don’t always have to feel like you should be going to the gym, since you know you’ll be going every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at. Any time will do 

Make a reward system. 

Consider setting something up, like a Google shared calendar or even something you hang up in your room, where your friend and you keep track of your workouts. At the end of the month, fo

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Friday, July 12th, 2013

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