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Fitness Tip of the Day!
Fat vs. Fit?
The Cooper Institute published a study in 2004 showing that the health risks associated with an elevated BMI are reduced in diabetics if their fitness level is high (Diabetes Care, 2004). So, get out there and walk, run, bike, swim, play tennis or do anything that gets your heart rate up!












 
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Article Publish Date
Measuring Fitness: Aerobic Capacity 07/02/2012
Why Sports Nutrition is Different 05/06/2007
Fluids and Electrolytes During Exercise 05/06/2007
Fructose: Public Enemy #1? 11/18/2008
Health and Fitness Targets 05/06/2007
Heart Rate Monitors 10/05/2007
Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training 05/06/2007
Interval Training 05/06/2007
Measuring Fitness: Body Composition 05/06/2007
Neighborhood Exercise 05/06/2007
Obesity: The "Big" Picture 05/06/2007
Pedometers 05/06/2007
Do-It-Yourself Fitness 02/23/2011
Amazing Athletic Feats 12/27/2010
Exercise For Older Adults 10/30/2016
Walking 05/06/2007
Yoga 05/06/2007
Exercise and Back Pain 05/06/2007
Bad Exercise 07/24/2012
Dining Out: Tips For Athletes 05/06/2007
Exercise and Coronary Artery Disease 08/27/2013
Exercise and Diabetes Mellitus 08/02/2007
Exercise and Hypertension 05/06/2007
Exercise and Obesity 05/06/2007
Exercise and Osteoporosis 05/06/2007
Exercise Guidelines for Health: Official Recommendations 07/18/2012
Fluid Requirements for Healthy Adults 05/06/2007
Balance: An Overlooked Element of Fitness? 05/06/2007


 
 


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