• Fitness: Adding Variety to Your Exercise Adding variety to a fitness program is a good way to keep motivated.
  • Fit Physical Activity Into the Workplace Many people feel that their work schedules do not allow them time to become more physically active. But activity can be fit into many workplace situations. For example:
  • Fitness: Getting Around Barriers to Exercise Even when you know the good things about being active, you may find it hard to change your lifestyle until you deal with the reasons you give yourself for not being active. Barriers to exercise include the valid reasons you aren't active...
  • Fitness: Getting and Staying Active Defines fitness and why you need to exercise. Covers topics such as flexibility, aerobic fitness, and muscle fitness. Offers tips on becoming more active, establishing fitness routines, and maintaining a fit lifestyle. Also covers injury prevention.
  • Fitness: Teaching Your Child to Stay Active Actionset Physical activity is essential for lifelong health and well-being. A child can't be healthy if he or she isn't playing actively or exercising most days of the week.
  • Fitness: Adding More Activity to Your Life Actionset Offers key points for adding more activity to your life. Covers starting a program, setting goals for your program, and picking the right activity. Discusses barriers to exercising and getting the support you need from friends and family.
  • Fitness: Staying Active When You Have Young Children Actionset Discusses challenges of being a new parent and continuing to exercise. Covers amount of exercise needed for health and why it's important. Also offers tips on how to fit exercise into daily routine at home, at parks or playgrounds, and gyms.
  • Improving Your Child's Fitness Improving your child's or teen's fitness may boost his or her academic performance, self-concept, and mental health. Here are some helpful guidelines for improving your child's fitness.
  • Tips for Buying Fitness Machines or Devices Advertising for fitness products often promises large gains with little effort. This is a promise that sounds good but is rarely true. Before you buy, think about these tips:
  • Questions to Ask Before Starting a Fitness Program Moderate exercise is safe for most people, but it's always a good idea to talk to a doctor before starting an exercise program. If you answer "yes" to any of the following questions, it is especially important to talk with your doctor...
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