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Food is critical for fueling and recovering from exercise. If you’re intermittent fasting, here’s how to make sure your workouts help your body get stronger—not more stressed.
Katie Ruebush, PT, DPT, shares how to maintain your fitness through menopause and what to watch out for.
New study shows increased muscle mass and better cholesterol profiles in menopausal women who wore estrogen patches while following a 12-week strength training program.
Balance declines after age 50 and then quite rapidly. Learn how to quickly test your balance at home and get tips to boost your balance for better health.
Pilates ticks many boxes for menopausal women – symptom relief, stress reduction, and improvement in strength and balance.
Dr. Helen L. Coons, a clinical health psychologist, shares how to learn to love – or at least appreciate exercise in midlife.
“HIIT” your menopause symptoms where they hurt and lose belly fat with high-intensity interval training.