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Exercising in the heat can be challenging. Your body starts to sweat to cool down. But if you’re working out and your body stops sweating you may have a more serious problem: heat related illnesses (heat exhaustion or heat stroke).
If you’re like most people, you spend a majority of your workday sitting at a desk and during your commute. In addition to making an effort to move more (getting up to move around every hour, taking a walk at lunchtime, etc.), you can also make sure your eating habits at...
You don’t have to be a born runner or athlete to start running and enjoy the benefits of being physically active. Whether you want to run on a treadmill, outdoor track, road or trail, here are eight ways to get you moving from couch to pavement in no time.