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Fitness level (ability to perform physical activity) includes muscle strength and endurance, flexibility, heart-lung endurance and body composition. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also recommend 30 minutes of low impact activity daily for your health.
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Exercise helps both body and mind.
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Want to stay in shape while traveling? Check out these fitness and nutrition tips that can help prevent...
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Don't avoid exercising because you're short on time. Even quick workouts can benefit your heart.
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For every hour of very brisk walking, some adults may increase life expectancy by two hours. Walking...
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Use this tool to help estimate your body mass index (BMI).
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Use the calories burned calculator to help you estimate the usefulness of many different exercises and workouts.
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Use this tool for estimating your healthy weight range.
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Test your knowledge with our fitness assessment. This quiz contains 10 yes / no questions.
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Test your knowledge with our "Nutrition IQ" quiz. This quiz contains 10 true / false questions.
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Test your knowledge of with our cholesterol risk quiz. The quiz contains 10 true / false questions.
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Does your waist indicate a health risk? Find out using our helpful calculator.
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Test your knowledge with our obesity quiz. This quiz contains 10 true / false questions.
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Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. It boosts energy, improves confidence and can...
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