Fitness News

Andrew Gallardo’s Fitness News – Mar 2017

Too Much Sleep Spells Danger

We know that too little sleep has been linked with a host of potential health problems. Now, it seems, too much sleep can be problematic as well.

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Moderate Coffee Intake=Lower Mortality Risk for Certain Conditions

The comforting morning ritual of drinking coffee just became even more soothing. Drinkers of both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee saw benefits, including a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease, neurological diseases, type 2 diabetes and suicide.

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A Positive Attitude Is Good for Health

Motivating yourself and inspiring others to look on the bright side may be important contributors to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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Savory Sunflower Seed Pâté in a Collard Wrap

Here’s a great vegan, gluten-free lunch idea from IDEA author and presenter Teri Gentes that packs and travels beautifully. Make a bunch on Sunday afternoon to have ready as snacks or as lunch mains during your busy week.

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Fitnographic: The Cost of Fitness

According to the Physical Activity Council’s 2016 Participation Report, engagement in sports, fitness and related activities increased in 2015, with 56% of the U.S. population aged 6 and older “participating in at least one high caloric burning activity.”

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Video of the Month: Figure 8 Walking Lunge

Abdominals, Arms, Legs, Low Back, Shoulders

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