Advanced Search
Current and Breaking News for Professionals, Consumers and Media



Click here to learn how to advertise on this site and for ad rates.

Exercise Author: Staff Editor Last Updated: Jun 28, 2014 - 10:36:05 AM



Get a Well-Rounded Work-Out

By Staff Editor
Jun 28, 2014 - 10:30:47 AM



Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Sign up for our Ezine
For Email Marketing you can trust


Email this article
 Printer friendly page

(HealthNewsDigest.com) - There are four main types of physical activity: aerobic, muscle-strengthening, bone-strengthening and stretching. Each works to keep your body trim and healthy in different ways. Get a well-rounded work-out this week by incorporating each of these four types of activity. Start by researching some steps online,or chat with a fitness expert or doctor.

Why Monday?

Monday is already a part of our weekly cycle and can serve as a recurring reminder each week to take a break. Monday also has special significance as the beginning of the week. In a survey done by Johns Hopkins University, most people reported that they see Monday as a day for a "fresh start" and a day to do something good for their own heath, such as schedule a doctor's appointment, exercise, start a diet, or quit smoking.

As a caregiver, you put so much love and energy into caring for others. Remember each Monday to put that same love and energy into taking care of yourself.

You can find more Caregiver Monday tips each Monday on Facebook and Twitter. For more resources, check out the Caregiver Monday Resource Kit.


# # #


For rates and information on advertising, call Mike McCurdy at 877-634-9180. Or email at [email protected]  We have over 7,000 journalists as subscribers.



Top of Page

HealthNewsDigest.com

Exercise
Latest Headlines


+ Get a Well-Rounded Work-Out
+ Heart-Healthy Workouts - It's Never Too Late
+ 10 Tips for Heart Healthy Exercise
+ Walking: A Step In The Right Direction Toward Better Health
+ Most Cancer Survivors Not Exercising Enough to Benefit
+ Is Exercise Making You Feel Sick?
+ Redefining Exercise
+ Physical Activity Reduces Chronic Disease, Makes Aging Easier
+ Researcher’s Work Provides Glimpse Into Health of Most-extreme Runners
+ Exercising While Sick Can Do More Harm than Good



Contact Us | Job Listings | Help | Site Map | About Us
Advertising Information | HND Press Release | Submit Information | Disclaimer

Site hosted by Sanchez Productions