Global Upright Exercise Bike Market 2020 Industry Size by Global Major…

Global Upright Exercise Bike Market 2020 research affords a number one review of the business enterprise inclusive of characterizations, companies, displays and organisation chain shape. The evaluation is recommended with Upright Exercise Bike market trends research, evaluation additionally covers each the winning and earlier cutting-edge market developments, drivers and barriers faced through Upright Exercise Bike Market. Request a sample copy of the report : https://www.360marketupdates.com/enquiry/request-sample/14573479 Upright Bike is a type of exercise bike. Exercise bikes are typical of aerobic exercise…

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Incorporate movement into your day to boost wellness and productivity

When Jordan Galloway commutes to Hearst Tower, instead of taking the nearest subway from her Prospect Heights home, the fitness director at Women’s Health magazine hops onto her bike for the 9-mile trek to Midtown. “I can take an express train, which is about 30 minutes. The bike takes 45 and totally worth it for my mood and mental health,” she says. “I feel different when I get to work when I hop off my bike than when I…

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Meet PodRide, an electric-bike and a velomobile that doubles as a mini…

From time to time we scourge the internet to find some amazing but original inventions by ordinary people. Our search led us all the way to Frösön, the largest island in the lake Storsjön, located west of the city Östersund in Jämtland, Sweden. You may be wondering what Frösön has to do with our story. Frösön is the home of Mikael Kjellman, a Swedish design engineer and the creator of PodRide. PodRide is car-like electric-bike or a velomobile that doubles as a…

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Cardiorespiratory exercises linked to improved cognition

Photo via: Dreamstime.com In prior research studies, cardio exercises have shown to promote a healthier lifestyle and boost mental health. New research, published in the peer-reviewed journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings, takes its efficiency a step forward, indicating cardiorespiratory exercises may improve areas of the brain associated with cognitive decline. To reach these findings, researchers studied 2,103 adult participants, aged 21 to 84, through two population-based cohorts between June 2008 through September 2012. In the study, two areas of the…

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Best Deals on Bowflex Fitness Equipment for January 2020

Bowflex is a well-known top seller in the fitness equipment market and for good reason. The company now makes everything from smart activity trackers to cardio machines, adjustable dumbbells, and home gym equipment. If you’re looking to get into shape for the new year, we’ve got you covered. We outlined the many Bowflex products that are on sale right now so you can make the right choice when purchasing your new workout equipment. Today’s best Bowflex deals Bowflex SelectTech…

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Greg Glassman’s Easy Health Care Fix: More CrossFit

It’s a hot August morning in Madison, Wisconsin, and Greg Glassman is sipping iced tea in an air-conditioned, glass-walled room perched above a preternaturally green field. Below, two dozen ripped athletes are hanging by their feet from bars, performing upside-down sit-ups in sync while Kendrick Lamar’s “Loyalty” blasts from the speakers. The sun-warmed bleachers are a blur of taut and bulging skin, fans already drinking beer and getting rowdy above signs that declare this event the “Ultimate Proving Grounds for the…

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Self-Reliance Isn’t a Superpower, It’s a Vice

New Year’s resolutions heading off the rails? Ask for help. Photo: laflor/Getty Images Co-authored with Samuel Murray. It’s easy to imagine ways to self-improve — and formulate innumerable New Year’s resolutions to get us there. But the self-control part of it is harder. Self-control is a scarce resource for many of us, which often means we don’t quite achieve what we originally dreamed. And come March, a lot of us are back into our old ruts. So how can…

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Stay In Motion: Cardio Exercises Strengthen Brain Health, Slow Cogniti…

ROCHESTER, Minn. — If you’ve ever spoken with an avid jogger or cardio-enthusiast, they probably told you how much better they feel after getting their blood flowing with a little exercise. There’s no doubt that getting in motion, whether that be running, biking, or simply taking a brisk walk, is good for the body, but now a new set of research finds it can also greatly benefit our minds as well. A study by scientists at the German Center for…

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Use what you have to look your best

By RAYMOND ONYANGO The main reason most of us take up exercise is to improve our body shape. However, few of us succeed at trimming our bellies or keeping our thighs and arms from getting flabby, especially as we age. Body types are loosely categorised into three main groups, ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph. Ectormorphs These tend to be naturally slender, with a dynamic metabolism that allows them to get away with eating almost any type of food. Models, long-distance…

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New study further supports the link between exercise and brain health …

New evidence published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases suggests a positive association between exercise and gray matter volume in regions of the brain already linked to cognitive decline and aging. Fifty million people are affected by dementia worldwide.  Consequently, there is a significant amount of research focused on dementia risk reduction, treatment, and cure. To date, the National Academies of Sciences, the Lancet Commission, and the World Health Organization have all recognized exercise…

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