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Ever heard of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to Replace Traditional Cardio? It’s basically what you might think of as a sprint workout. Instead of going out and Long Slow Distance (LSD) running, biking, or whatever cardio suits your fancy, at a slow and steady pace, HIIT is bursts of exercise at intense to maximum …
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Every day, we are bombarded with articles and informercials about how to achieve health and fitness. Not too long ago, a LifeWaves® team member forwarded me an email newsletter from this guy, Mark Sisson, and said it was about health and fitness. The title of the email read, Definitive Guide: The Primal Blueprint. I’ll be honest; …
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Parkinson’s disease affects a person’s ability to move in a smooth and coordinated fashion, which can make exercise unsafe and difficult under certain circumstances; however, exercise can have a positive impact on people plagued with this condition. These tips will help people with Parkinson’s disease exercise safely to gain all of the benefits of a …
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The Benefits of Exercise for Older Women

September 30th, 2012 | Posted by TheWaveMakers in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

Advanced age creates many physical difficulties for both genders. Women, however, are predisposed to falling and fractures due to their lowered muscle mass and bone density. The bone density of elderly females is especially low due to menopause. An illness, like a Parkinson’s diagnosis, for example, only exacerbates those types of difficulties due to a …
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The health risks of obesity | what you really need to know. It’s not a secret that obesity in America is a major epidemic and more and more it is becoming a global issue. There is overwhelming evidence that show serious health risks of obesity, most prominent being heart disease. But does every person who …
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Why does anybody choose to work out the way they do? If you think about it, it’s a really good question. Many exercisers head out to the road and embark on really long runs. Hours and/or miles later, they return home, sweaty and tired, feeling like they accomplished something great for themselves. However, a lot of …
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Parkinson’s and Exercise: The Benefits of Exercise

August 20th, 2012 | Posted by TheWaveMakers in Uncategorized - (2 Comments)

Parkinson’s disease is a hard thing to have to deal with, but there are ways to help combat the disease’s negative effects on the body. Parkinson’s and exercise go hand-in-hand. In fact, those who have the disease will find that one of the most useful parts of their treatment will be exercise. Exercise can help …
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Magic Bullets for Getting Healthy Does the phrase “magic bullet” mean anything to you? Probably not. But that’s okay, because you’ll understand the concept in no time. Magic bullet has nothing to do with a firearm. It refers to something, often a drug or supplement, that is supposed to prevent or cure you of some …
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With certain exercise and recovery techniques, you can gain muscle strength even with Parkinson’s disease. These routines have been proven to aid in slowing the progression, or even delaying, the disease and it is important to do these simple exercise/recovery patterns to help prevent things such as prevent joint stiffness. There are several areas of …
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As society becomes more and more health conscious, exercise equipment that can be used within the home continues to grow in popularity. One such device that can be found in many a household, worldwide, is the treadmill. Most people will have experienced a treadmill at some point during their lives, whether at their local gym, …
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