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2 weeks ago

Five years before retirement focus on your well-being. Planning 4

Royce Shook · When we were young, many of us engaged in a lot of physical activity. I was involved in several sports, including softball, track, football, soccer, and bowling, to name a few. But as I aged, other interests took over. I was lucky my children loved sports, so I coached them and c ...

6 months ago

Over 65? You should exercise!

Royce Shook · If you’re over 65, exercise can be an important part of your life. Not only does it help keep your body strong and healthy, but it also helps to improve mental well-being. Exercise is a great way to stay active and socialize with others in the community or even just within the co ...

6 months ago

Regular Exercise and the Immune System

Royce Shook · The immune system responds to exercise. One theory is that exercise increases blood and lymph flow as the muscles contract. · Exercise is good for your body and mind, but does it work for the immune system? Researchers have shown that exercise increases blood and lymph flow as th ...

8 months ago

Benefits of exercise for the immune system

Royce Shook · The immune system responds to exercise, with the extent and duration reflecting the degree of physiological stress imposed by the workload. Data support a clear inverse relationship between moderate exercise training and illness risk (the more exercise, the lower the risk of gett ...

8 months ago

The Immune System and exercise

Royce Shook · The immune system responds to exercise, with the extent and duration reflecting the degree of physiological stress imposed by the workload. Data support a clear inverse relationship between moderate exercise training and illness risk (the more exercise, the lower the risk of gett ...

11 months ago

Over 65 you should exercise

Royce Shook · If you’re over 65, exercise can be an important part of your life. Not only does it help keep your body strong and healthy, but it also helps to improve mental well-being. Exercise is a great way to stay active and socialize with others in the community or even just within the co ...

11 months ago

Regular Exercise and the Immune System

Royce Shook · The immune system responds to exercise. One theory is that exercise increases blood and lymph flow as the muscles contract. · Exercise is good for your body and mind, but does it work for the immune system? Researchers have shown that exercise increases blood and lymph flow as th ...

11 months ago

The health and well-being of seniors depends on Physical Health

Royce Shook · Physical health. As people age, they may be more susceptible to certain health conditions, such as arthritis, heart disease, and diabetes. Regular exercise and a healthy diet can help to prevent or manage these conditions. Getting seniors to consider regular exercise can be chall ...

1 year ago

Benefits of Exercise

Royce Shook · Harvard Medical School states, “Exercising regularly, every day if possible, is the single most important thing you can do for your health. · Absolutely! Regular physical activity has many benefits for both physical and mental health. It can help to improve cardiovascular health, ...

1 year ago

The benefits of exercise

Royce Shook · I have been recently diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune and inflammatory disease, which means that your immune system attacks healthy cells in your body by mistake, causing inflammation (painful swelling) in the affected parts of the body. RA mainly attac ...

1 year ago

Routine

Royce Shook · The research on routines is clear. They are effective. They help us activate when we are feeling low, automate decisions so we don’t burn willpower, and prime our mind-body system to move into tasks more easily. If you work out every morning, you don’t have to think about working ...

2 years ago

Stay in shape and live longer 3

Royce Shook · While some people believe that aerobic exercise does not help build muscle, recent research disagrees. Regular cardio can support muscle growth and function. It also increases overall fitness levels, which may help reduce the risk of injury. · For optimal muscle building, the aut ...

2 years ago

Stay in shape and live longer 2

Royce Shook · Tips for beginners · Staying active is vital for overall health, and it is also the best way to build skeletal muscle. Skeletal muscle is one of the three major muscle types. Tendons attach these muscles, which contract and cause movement, to bones. · People are best able to impr ...

2 years ago

Walking as exercise

Royce Shook · If you decide that you are going to start walking as an exercise, it is a good idea to prepare. So here are some ideas on how to prepare and what to do before, during and after your walk. As always when starting a new exercise program always consult your physician before starting ...

2 years ago

Anxiety and Exercise

Royce Shook · A Swedish study analyzes data from 400,000 people of both sexes, which tracked them for up to 21 years explored exercise’s lasting benefit when it comes to preventing anxiety disorders. The study looks at how exercise intensity corresponds to a reduction in anxiety for both men a ...

3 years ago

5 tips to manage stress

John Ballem💻(jballem.com) · The key to managing stress is finding positive, healthy outlets. Some people pursue hobbies such as gardening, music, or art. Others manage stress through meditation, yoga or exercise. · Here are five healthy techniques that have been shown to help reduce both short-term and long ...

3 years ago

Post from Jim Murray

Jim Murray · Pic de Jour · This one is something I call an exercise in cropping. I wanted to eliminated anything that wasn't metal. Then I added some sepia and deepened the contrast.

5 years ago

Heart attacks and cognitive decline

Royce Shook · Mild cognitive impairment, especially memory loss, is prevalent in patients with heart failure and contributes to poor clinical outcomes and higher mortality. A study completed in February looked at this issue. The primary aim of this study (Exercise and Cognitive Training as a S ...

5 years ago

New research Exercise and Falls

Royce Shook · Falls are a problem for seniors and those who love them. On December 28, 2018, a review was published of the research that looked at the impact of exercise on falls among seniors. The research was a Meta-analysis called Association of Long-term Exercise Training With Risk of Fall ...

5 years ago

Fall prevention is up to you

Royce Shook · Did you know that falls are the leading cause of injury among older adults and the most common reason for hospitalization of older adults in Canada? More than 95 percent of hip fractures are caused by falling. · The good news is that falls can be prevented. Be proactive by doing ...

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