Posts Tagged ‘Walking’
Question: Here in Europe I’ve noticed many people Nordic Walking, especially in the countryside. Even some of my friends have joined clubs that do this exercise together as a group. I don’t know if it’s popular in the United States. Can you tell me if this practice is markedly superior to ordinary walking or other forms of aerobic activity? I prefer taking hikes or walks in nature. Though I would consider investing in Nordic poles and possibly joining a club if the benefits make it worthwhile.
Tags: Circulation, COPD, Walking
Posted in Alternative Therapies, Diet and Weight Loss, Exercise | 12 Comments & Updates
This is part one of a two-part series on the mental and physical benefits of simple, everyday exercise. In this first part, I want share some cutting-edge research that strongly suggests that exercising regularly can improve the odds of preserving our memory and mental function well into our “golden years”. Read more »
Tags: Depression, Walking
Posted in Memory | 6 Comments & Updates