Home News News on August 2, 2017 Want to improve your bone health? Running -- a high-intensity and weight-bearing physical activity -- for just one to two minutes each day may help you, new research shows. The findings showed that women who on an average did 60-120 seconds of running per day had four per cent better bone health than those who did less than a minute, while those who ran for more than two minutes a day, had six per cent better bone health. "We don't yet know whether it's better to accumulate this small amount of exercise in bits throughout each day or all at once, and also whether a slightly longer bout of exercise on one or two days per week is just as good as 1-2 minutes a day," said lead author Victoria Stiles from the University of Exeter. 5 Ways to learn how to control your breathing while running | Boldsky But the research, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, showed a … [Read more...] about Just A Minute’s Running Daily May Boost Bone Health, Study
Home Women Women on August 12, 2022 In the fall of 1942, when most US American baseball players were fighting the Germans in World War II, there was a shortage of good players at home. And the league was making losses. Chewing gum mogul Philipp K Wrigley, who owned the men's baseball team the "Chicago Cubs" from 1932 to 1937, then came up with the idea of recruiting women for the sport, which is especially popular in the United States. Thus, in 1943, the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was founded. After a rather bumpy start, the league would go on to enjoy great success: In 1948, more than 900,000 spectators watched the games of a total of 15 teams. Yet, the initial reception they received was that women have no place in baseball. The new Amazon Prime series "A League of Their Own," starring Abbi Jacobson and Roberta Colindrez of "The Deuce" fame, illustrates the women's fight against this prejudice. Not a … [Read more...] about Amazon Prime Video’s A League of Their Own: Baseball’s Not For Women — Or Is It?
Home Health Diet fitness Diet Fitness on August 11, 2022 One actress who's been dominating the headlines lately: Samantha Ruth Prabhu. Whether it's her role in the OTT series The Family Man or her appearance on Karan Johar's talk show 'Koffee With Karan,' she's a social media powerhouse. Samantha Ruth Prabhu represents fitness goals for many of us. Snippets of the actor's fitness routine make their way onto our Instagram feed, sure to inspire us to take our workouts seriously. It doesn't matter if it's high intensity or yoga; Samantha can ace them all. Samantha Ruth Prabhu Fitness 1. Start your day with a workout Samantha works out first thing in the morning. Studies show that morning exercise helps you cultivate consistency and boosts your metabolism. Exercise not only gives you energy and stamina, but it also leaves you feeling positive afterwards  . 2. Always prep your body " Nutrition is a big part … [Read more...] about Samantha Ruth Prabhu Fitness: 6 Quick Tips You Need To Learn From The Pan-India Star
Home Health Diet fitness Diet Fitness on March 21, 2017 You all know that exercise is beneficial for health, brain and weight loss. It's very hard to fit in exercise into your schedule at times, with the endless amount of work and unfinished tasks that you have. If you try to still fit it into your daily routine, there might arise a set of other hurdles or obstacles that can be unavoidable. There are certain habits that can put your running off the track. The best you can do to run without any hindrance is to avoid this set of bad habits in order to have an uninterrupted exercise schedule. This article has listed some of the top things that runners should avoid. Continue reading to know what are the things that are not to be done before running. Listed below are some of the bad habits to avoid before running. Take a look. 1. You Don't Eat Until Morning: If you want to get into a workout routine, then … [Read more...] about Bad Habits That Keep You From Running