In this Scientific American article, the author points out how, although learning many of the benefits of yoga, she was struck by a 2019 review paper that focused on a more objective measure: brain scans. Though far from definitive,...
This article in the Washington Post highlights past studies on the topic as well as comments from experts in physical therapy and orthopedic surgery. The findings and advice point to one simple thing- keep moving! Read more...
We can learn about ourselves and about life's lessons in many places.  In this ProBoomer guest blog, the author shares the story of a man who hiked the entire Appalachian Trail. In life, our adventures may look different, but the...
Although more gyms and clubs are opening up, the fall and winter months- with the unknown of COVID-19- will keep many of us indoors.  Being stuck indoors, however, still allows for plenty of great opportunities to get a good...
Sometimes, the the most obvious, common-sense lists like these are what we need to see and hear.  We need to be reminded that many of the answers are not difficult. This Kiplinger article highlights seven areas of retirement that...
Although this article is a few years old (not sure how it got to me), it still offers good reminders about the importance of incorporating strength training into our workouts. It is from Outside. Read more...
The five habits from Harvard research, in a recent The Ladders article, aren't groundbreaking by any means, but do offer a good reminder of what these habits are and that these aren't hard to do- but that it does...
Good reminders in this Psychology Today article about creating the right mix and right amount of aerobic activity and strength training to benefit you. What many of these types of articles miss is flexibility.  To be able to do the...
Great reminders in this Minneapolis Star-Tribune (subscription may be required) article about the benefits, both physically and mentally, of being out in nature. It doesn't need to be in the wilderness, it can even be in your backyard or...
This article in Psychology Today examines the results of some recent research about the correlation between physical activity and cognitive reserve. Experts generally agree that if we remain physically active as we get older, we also tend to also...
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