Updated Fitness Section For Fifty Fab & Healthy

Fifty Fab & Healthy is happy to introduce our new and improved offering of "Fitness" products.
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CULVER CITY, Calif. - Feb. 18, 2014 - PRLog -- Fifty Fab & Healthy (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/index.php?route=common/home) is happy to introduce our new and imporved offering of fitness products.

Staying fit through the best years means you have to eat right (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/Healthy-Eating), get plenty of sleep (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/Beds-Accessories) and exercise! Fifty Fab & Healthy (http://fiftyfabandhealthy.com/index.php?route=common/home) is dedicated to helping you do just that!  The CDC has recommended levels of physical activity for everyone.  For adults ages 18 to 64 they recommend 150 minutes a week (2 hours and 30 minutes) of moderate intensity aerobic activity and for adults over 65 who are generally fit and have no limiting health conditions they recommend the same thing.  Moderate intense aerobic activity is brisk walking or riding a bicycle.  While 150 minutes may seem like a lot to fit into your busy schedule, the CDC recommends breaking it up into 10 minute intervals 3 times a day if needed.

The CDC also recommends on 2 or more days a week that you incorporate muscle-strengthening activities into your routine that will work all of the major muscle groups, such as your arms, legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, and shoulders.  Keeping muscles strong and working your heart muscle with aerobic activity is key to maintaining and improving your health.  For older adults, regular physical activity is absolutely one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy.  Exercise actually can prevent many of the health problems we see associated with aging.  If you’re strong and healthy, you can keep doing your day to day activities and remain independent as you get older.

You should keep in mind that any physical activity is better than no physical activity.  Before beginning any exercise regimen, be sure to check with your doctor and get his/her expert medical opinion on where to start and how much to do.


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