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  • Starting a workout routine when you've been away from the gym for a few years might seem daunting. Here's how to make it easy and what to do on your first workout day.

    What to Do Your First Day at the Gym

    What to Do Your First Day at the Gym

    by Ian Mundell0

  • A personal story about weight loss with tips to try and sensible exercise suggestions. I think some of my experience is unique.

    My Story of Realistic Weight Loss

    My Story of Realistic Weight Loss

    by Jean Bakula25

  • The fat acceptance movement is controversial and growing in popularity. The movement aims to reduce anti-fat bias in society. Read about the roots of the movement & the implications of fat acceptance.

    What Is the Fat Acceptance Movement?

    What Is the Fat Acceptance Movement?

    by Bridget F3

  • Losing weight and becoming fit requires a lot of inner strength, especially when in chronic pain. Often, the people who should be the greatest source of support, sabotage and demotivate.

    How to Lose Weight With Chronic Pain

    How to Lose Weight With Chronic Pain

    by Kymberly Fergusson4

  • The statistics are staggering. Millions of people are grossly overweight, giving them a host of physical problems and illnesses. I should know—I'm one of them.

    How Being Overweight Has Affected My Life

    How Being Overweight Has Affected My Life

    by GH Price39

  • Increasing your motivation to exercise can be difficult. This article provides some tips on how to stay motivated for your workout and how to increase your motivation to exercise in general.

    9 Ways to Increase Fitness Motivation

    9 Ways to Increase Fitness Motivation

    by Lynsey Hart2

  • Obesity and fat-shaming go hand in hand. The bottom line is that it is not only eating excess food that is responsible for obesity. It is the structure of society, political correctness, and stress.

    Fat-Shaming and Obesity Denial

    Fat-Shaming and Obesity Denial

    by Tessa Schlesinger6

  • As 15%-20% of people age 65 or older suffer from mild cognitive impairment, transcranial magnetic stimulation may be able to reverse memory loss. This magnetic stimulation was used in a clinical study to reverse memory loss.TMS has almost no side effects. The study is explained in this article.

    Reversing Age-Related Memory Loss

    Reversing Age-Related Memory Loss

    by Pamela Oglesby61

  • How do you start a workout routine when you're 40 or older and haven't been involved in regular exercise for a while? This article will cover what you need to do before you start a workout routine and look at the two most important elements of making sure you keep it up.

    How to Start Exercising When You Turn 40

    How to Start Exercising When You Turn 40

    by Ian Mundell0

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