As women, we are strong in so many ways, but unfortunately, more of us get Alzheimer’s Disease than do men. In fact, women are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease in their 60s as they are to get breast cancer, and nearly two out of three people living with Alzheimer’s Disease are female.
Your Curves workout just found its new best friend – Curves’ Fitness tracker: the Myzone Switch!
Remember walking across a balance beam, skating, or climbing a ladder or step stool with ease? Balance is something we tend to take for granted when we’re young, and it’s one of the first things to go as we get older.
The study authors explored the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on physical activities, based on information published between 2019 and 2021.
The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is #BreakTheBias, which couldn’t be more apt as we move away from the outdated stereotypes like “women don’t sweat,” “women don’t strength train,” and “women only do cardio.”
We hear a lot about aerobic activity—it’s good for the heart, helps with weight loss, and is a key building block of physical fitness. What we don’t hear as much about is aerobic exercise’s counterpart—anaerobic exercise.
If you’ve ever been to a traditional gym, you may have felt a little intimidated.
As we get older, the years seem to speed up, yet our bodies feel like they are slowing down.
No matter what our backgrounds, hobbies, occupations, or habits, we all have one thing in common—each day, we get a little older.