Exercise | Health Eagle - Part 12

Archives for Exercise

New Year, New Goals

by Louise January 20th, 2009 | Diet, Exercise
It is 2009, a new year, time for a change. What's your New Year's resolution? Everybody makes one, but how many people actually keep them? I am going to take a guess and say that it is only a very small percentage of people. What sets those people aside from the rest of us? Can we say their goals are easier, or is that just a bad excuse? How can we become a part of that percentage and make it grow? This year, I want you to make a health-related goal. It doesn't matter how big or how small your
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Boost Your Energy The Natural Way

by Gumer Liston December 23rd, 2008 | Diet, Exercise
I have noticed that more and more "energy" drinks and energy-boosting supplements are popping up in the market. With more and more people today having fast-paced lifestyles, this is not surprising. People want to feel more energized so that they can keep up with the pace. But are these high-tech energy-boosting drinks really the answer? Health experts say that these energy drinks only give quick-fix effects that do not last long; the energy they give is artificial. The best way to boost our energy is the natural way. Here are seven suggested natural ways of boosting energy :

1. Take little
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Walk Your Way to Health

by Gumer Liston December 9th, 2008 | Exercise, Heart Health
Most of us know that walking, the oldest and most common mode of transportation, is also one of the best forms of exercise. But most of us take walking for granted despite this knowledge. For people like me whose work involves sitting at least eight hours each day in front of the computer, it is important to grab every chance to take a walk. Walking, which helps in lowering bad cholesterol levels, helps ward off illnesses like heart disease and hypertension. I get to walk a few thousand steps every morning because I happen to live just a few blocks
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Keeping Cool While the Weather Heats Up

by Erin Steiner May 21st, 2008 | Diet, Exercise, First Aid

Here in Oregon the weather has been unseasonably cool…until today when it shot up to 95 degrees. While I was excited to see the (finally) warmer temperature, I realized that because my apartment has no air conditioning I once again will have to find natural ways to keep cool. I thought that I would share the following info, as heat stroke is a very serious condition and it won't be long before it becomes a daily concern.

Here are natural ways to keep your body cool this summer:

1. Drink plenty of water. You might consider upping your water

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Have a Bad Back?

by MPK April 15th, 2008 | Exercise
For so many Americans, back pain is a cause of discomfort, sleep loss, and work absences. To solve their problems many people turn to medicinal pain relief. While this can ease the pain, it does not help to fix the muscles that are injured or overused.

To help you feel better without taking medication, you should consider purchasing a Teeter inversion table. These machines work by stretching your body, allowing it to heal itself.

Teeter carries a full line of these devices, including Teeter hang ups inversion table, Teeter F5000 inversion table, and  Teeter f9000
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