Joyce Hollman

Two surprising ways you can exercise less and benefit more

There are so many exercise types to choose from. Aside from considering your natural abilities, how do you know which will give you the biggest return for your time, energy and sweat? If that one question has you in a quandary, I have great news: You can forget about it.

Dr. Mark Wiley

8 super fun and effective ways to get your heart pumping

Having strong lungs and a healthy heart are essential to wellness and quality of life. Yet many people really don’t like cardio exercises because they are hard to do, take a lot of effort and often can be painful on the joints. Well, that’s not always the case…

Jenny Smiechowski

Do you know your heart’s deadline?

If you’ve made it to middle age without exercising, your heart probably isn’t in the best shape. But if you’ve been sedentary for decades, don’t fret. You can reverse the damage with a simple change. The sooner you start, the better… especially if a certain birthday is around the corner…

Dr. Mark Wiley

Throw a few punches to boost your cardio

Back in the 90s cardio kickboxing came into vogue. But how about something more holistic, like whole-body exercises that work the core, balance, endurance and strength – using body weight at all levels? Let’s get started!

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

The surest way to a nimble brain

Memory loss and cognition problems are anything but normal. We all know people who are sharp as a tack well into their 90s. And, you’ve probably even wondered what their secret is. Well, it turns out that the secret to a nimble brain is a…

Dr. Mark Wiley

Rebound for cardio fitness

Cardio conditioning can be achieved by jogging, doing aerobics, riding a bike and other ways. But a great no-space and no-need-to-travel way is by using a rebounder, or mini-trampoline. Rebounders are great for at home exercise, and fun!