Fresh air is what you need, fresh air and a little vigorous exercise
The stuff was half an inch deep in his skin-- his whole system was full of it, and it would have taken a week not merely of scrubbing, but of vigorous exercise
, to get it out of him.
That is as may be, but for Parkinson's patients, it doesn't change the recommendation for vigorous exercise
to try and stave off progression of this debilitating and unsettlingly common disease.
Following any prolonged vigorous exercise
there is good evidence to support optimising your nutrition and fluid intake post exercise to optimise your recovery.
A new study suggests that physical activity improves quality of life among cancer survivors, even if it doesn't match the American Cancer Society's (ACS) recommended 30 to 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise
on most days of the week.
Having been born with two club feet, any form of vigorous exercise
or dance seemed out of the question.
Cutting down on alcohol, eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day and carrying out a few hours of vigorous exercise
a week - even housework, DIY or gardening - can reduce your risk of breast cancer by up to 20%.
Ideal for reloading glycogen that is expended during vigorous exercise
and/or strict dieting, it provides a convenient and nourishing way to energize the body before or after a workout.
Older men who got at least three hours of vigorous exercise
a week had almost a 70 percent lower risk of advanced prostate cancer than similar men who did little or no vigorous exercise
5 times greater than those who took part in more vigorous exercise
Present research reveals that vigorous exercise
is responsible for triggering up to 17% of SCDs.
Only vigorous exercise
such as jogging and hiking seems to make a difference to the risk of premature deaths from heart disease.