Day: July 6, 2021


‘Strength training for breathing muscles’ holds promise for host of health benefits — ScienceDaily

Working out just five minutes daily via a practice described as “strength training for your breathing muscles” lowers blood pressure and improves some measures of vascular health as well as, or even more than, aerobic exercise or medication, new CU Boulder research shows.

The study, published June 29 in the Journal of the American Heart Association, provides the strongest evidence yet that the ultra-time-efficient maneuver known as High-Resistance Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training (IMST) could play a key role in helping aging adults fend off cardiovascular disease — the nation’s leading killer.

In the United States alone, 65% of adults over age 50 have above-normal blood pressure — putting them at greater risk of heart attack or stroke. Yet fewer than 40% meet recommended aerobic exercise guidelines.

“There are a lot of lifestyle strategies that we know can help people maintain cardiovascular health as they age. But the reality is, they

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From pro athletes to everyday people, fitness booms during pandemic – Lifestyle

As a man who spent most of his life running on pitches, English soccer legend Michael Owen knows the value of exercise for one’s overall well-being. 

“I believe it is important to go out and participate in sports or exercise activities because not only does it make you feel better physically, it also improves your mental wellness,” the former Liverpool FC icon said during a recent press conference on the club’s upcoming 2021 Kop Run Indonesia event in Jakarta.

“Sports and exercise are social activities. You meet people, interact with them, and you feel better about yourself in the process.” 

Over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic’s unwelcome emergence, you might have noticed that more and more people seem to be putting greater emphasis on daily fitness, sports or exercise routines now that public health protocols have limited mobility.

Many have realized that they can no longer give in to

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What is Psychotherapy and Who Does It Help?

We all need our safe spaces where we can just “be” and speak freely. Psychotherapy may be that space.

You might or might not be surprised to learn that what you may have considered a therapy staple is, in fact, a rare occurrence. Few psychotherapists really have a chaise lounge for you to lie on.

In fact, not all psychotherapists work in the same way or offer the same services. The psychotherapy experience can vary widely depending on the therapist, modality you choose, and your goals.

The duration of therapy can also vary. It could be short term, or it could go on for years, depending on your needs and preference.

And with the ebb and flow of life, it’s not uncommon for many people to go through short-term therapy many times during their lifetime.

It’s also not uncommon to have questions and even reservations when deciding if and when

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Crosstrainer, Fitness & Nutrition Software

Crosstrainer 8 for Windows is now Available

June/2014- Crosstrainer Software Corp. announces the release of Crosstrainer 8 for windows.  Our flagship software designed for athletic training, meal planning, logging and wellness management.  Crosstrainer 8 builds on previous releases of Crosstrainer, combining their best features with new ideas.  This provides our customers with a full featured program to create and manage workouts, training plans, diets, meal plans, client management, progress charts, medications and wellness.

This variety of features in one program makes Crosstrainer a fantastic tool for individuals, families, athletes, trainers and gyms to create fitness plans, to set goals and to help achieve them.

Crosstrainer’s strong user base and the feedback users continually provide has helped Crosstrainer to create a product tailored to its customer’s needs.  “Listening to our customers has enabled us to fine tune Crosstrainer and to provide a fantastic tool that will truly help our customers

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