exercise and workout tips
What you can do: Aim for 2½ hours of exercise a week. If time is tight, try bursts of activity throughout the day.
What you can do: Run early in the day; favor parks or side streets for your runs.
What you can do: If you spend long hours in a chair, break it up with short bouts of standing and walking.
What you can do: Water, food diaries, and a healthy blend of omega fats are essential when starting a workout regimen, says personal trainer Ashley Borden.
What you can do: Whether you’re a beginner or a road warrior, add more mileage to your running route. Just do it gradually and safely.
What you can do: Stop smoking, and exercise 30 minutes a day, every day. Your bones will join your heart and lungs in thanking you.
What you can do: Try biking to work a few days a week, leave a change of clothes at the office, and travel light.
What you can do: Do cardio exercise at least 3 times a week to boost your heart’s ability to stay healthy and bounce back from damage.
What you can do: Drink a few cups of coffee or tea about an hour before you hit the gym.
What you can do: Exercise regularly to reduce stress, and invest in some small home improvements to block out the noise and light of the city.