New Fitness - Reaching Your Ideal
For most people, "overweight" and "obese" are not scientific terms, but loaded words that trigger anxiety and frustration. Like gender and ethnicity, weight is an essential part of every person's self-image, and when pounds go haywire, the result is distress. Our culture is, to put it mildly, preoccupied with weight. Weight gain is always noticed and generally perceived as an important change - in an adult, usually for the worse.
New Fitness - The Right Exercise For You
One of the truly pleasant aspects of exercising is that you have plenty of options. You can choose to do something as simple as walking, you can take up one or more recreational sports, or you can perform a specific routine in an exercise class or at home. In fact, variety is one of the keys to staying fit. For one thing, no single exercise adequately build all aspects of fitness equally well. And having more than one activity to turn to keeps exercise from getting monotonous. Studies also show that people tend to stick with activities that are accessible and enjoyable.
New-Fitness Helping you lead a healthier life
This site is created as an avenue for people from all walks of life to explore new options of health management from their own home and to offer straightforward advice on the many choices they have in exercise, weight management, and other quality of life decisions.
New-Fitness - Taking charge of your own health
The idea of taking charge of your own health has gained a wider acceptance in recent years. New Fitness recognizes that there are many ways to prevent problems that affect your health, and correct information is essential for you to make the proper choices. Whether you are monitoring your blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, or kidney - the Health section of New Fitness is committed to bringing you accurate, up-to-date information on you can take charge.
New Fitness - The Complexities of What We Eat
Good nutrition is the cornerstone of good health. Not only is eating right crucial for the proper growth and functioning of your body, but there is strong evidence that it can offer protection from many chronic diseases as well.
New Fitness - At the End of the Day
Whether you've spent your day hunched over a computer, standing at an assembly line, or washing your car - no doubt some "end of the day" stresses have crept in. Often times, the stress of any given day can add up to uncertain emotions and anxiety. Although it is not clear what effect your emotional state has on your health, it is clear that when some people are anxious, angry, or tense they experience physiological effects such as increased blood pressure and heart rate, muscle tension, and intestinal upset.