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Lactic Acid Levels Resources

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Reference Guide to Anaerobic Exercise

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. We often hear a lot about aerobic or “cardio” exercise and how it improves fitness, reduces one’s risk of lifestyle diseases, an...  Read more

Bouncing Back into Shape after Baby

Now that your baby has finally arrived, your life will never be the same. Your body has gone through some major changes, too—and will continue to do so in the coming months. When you're feeling ready (and after your doctor gives you cl...  Read more

Strength Training Guidelines for Children & Teens

More and more kids are gravitating toward weight training. In most cases, strength training is safe and encouraged for kids. However, when done incorrectly, whether too intensely or too early in life, it can lead to permanent damage. Fitness trainer...  Read more

Reference Guide to Cooling Down

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. What is a Cool Down? A cool down is the act of gradually lowering body temperature, heart rate, and breathing rate following exercise. The...  Read more

Wake Up to the Importance of Exercise

You stayed up late last night to finish a project, woke up groggy only to realize that you’d slept through the alarm clock, skipped breakfast, then almost fell asleep in the middle of an important morning meeting. It’s now mid-afternoon a...  Read more

Probably activity level, if you have your fitness
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Probably activity level, if you have your fitness and nutrition pages set up to communicate with each other. Theoretically, your calories would decrease as your weight does; it takes less fuel to move a smaller car....  Read more

It's part of your base activity level. Your heart
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It's part of your base activity level. Your heart rate doesn't get high enough for a long enough time to warrant counting it as fitness....  Read more

30# down! Struggling to keep the same level of mot
Updated 5/13/2015 12:07:08 PM

30# down! Struggling to keep the same level of motivation though - brain tries to tell me that after this success, it's okay to "stop" (stop moving, stop eating well, etc). What?! Silly brain! I like moving and eating well. What gives?...  Read more

Can anyone tell me what kind of activity level I w
Updated 5/12/2015 10:13:01 PM

Can anyone tell me what kind of activity level I would be at if I exercised 6 days a week and I did Leslie Sansone walk away the pounds and the treadmill along with crunches...  Read more

Agreed, it depends on your activity level. Might b
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Agreed, it depends on your activity level. Might be something you have to play around with for a while, eating more or less to find what works....  Read more

Today's Pain Patch article

Today's article on the front page is about pain patches for relief of muscle pain. I have found a great method to relieve or stop sore muscles before it happens. It's called contrast therapy.You get in the shower, put the water on as cold as you can...  Read more

Lactic Acid after exercise? Drink V8 fusion right after.

I drink a V8 Fusion right after I workout. When I forget to bring it with me to the gym, I always have sore muscles from the lactic acid. When I drink the Fusion, no sore muscles....  Read more

Swimming for Cardio

This is a group for those anywhere in the world that either swims regularly, swims occasionally or would like to swim as part of their fitness routine. We embrace all swimmers of any level....  Read more

You Asked: ''Should I Work Out Today If I'm Still Sore from Yesterday's Workout?''

It's common for beginners to experience muscle soreness that lasts for a week or two, just as seasoned exercisers will be sore after a tough workout. Yes, you should keep working out even though you are sore, but there is more to it than that.&nb...  Read more

Keep That Youthful Glow during Menopause and Beyond

Editor's Note: Cathy Cram, M.S., is the resident maternal fitness expert on our sister site, BabyFit.com. She writes a monthly series on menopause health and fitness. One of the most visible changes you may notice during the menopausal perio...  Read more