Improve Mental Health and More from This Super-Simple Daily Exercise

Walking daily increases cardiovascular improvement while improving the quality of sleep and mental health. There are many benefits of a super-simple exercise. There is no requirement to sweat or purchase special equipment. Some people might prefer to invest in walking/running … Continue reading

Brain Function Improvement in 1 Easy Step

During our pandemic, social intercourse is lacking, the real, up-close, and personal social intercourse. Yes, Zoom and other video apps bring friends and family within visual range, but it is not the same. Networking for All https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/12-ways-to-keep-your-brain-young I belong to … Continue reading

Walking The Camino de Santiago – The Inspiration and Planning

Five years ago, this week, my wife and I began walking in preparation to walk the Camino de Santiago. Most people consider the Camino de Santiago a pilgrimage. It was a part pilgrimage of sorts, but more of a journey … Continue reading

Do This and Don’t Do That to Live Older and Healthier

Light-intensity exercise for thirty minutes a day reduces your risk of dying of any cause. A sedentary lifestyle increases your risk of dying from any cause. This was the assessment by the American Heart Association in a published study conducted … Continue reading

Are Flabby Bat-Wing Arms Permanent?

As we age, we tend to gain extra fat. Some of that fat is around our mid-section. Sometimes it resides in our butts. For a few, there is a drooping, flabby strip hanging from under our biceps. For a few, … Continue reading

Don’t Be One of the 700,000 Each Year!

Over 700,000 people in America are hospitalized each year due to falls. Most of these people are elderly. There is a simple option that almost everyone reading this article has never heard of – until now. Recent studies have found … Continue reading

Ever Been in the Right Place at the Right Time?

My wife and I walked the Camino de Santiago a few months ago. It is a 500-mile pilgrimage across northern Spain. Several days into this trek we came across a young lady crying and unable to move. She was agonizing … Continue reading

Fear – The Ever-Present Frontier

Fear is defined an unpleasant emotion caused by a belief that someone or something is dangerous. What do people typically fear? We’ve all heard the fear of public speaking, fear of heights, fear of flying, etc. This list goes on … Continue reading

Exercise Improves Longevity Two Ways

  Exercise has been shown to have a quick effect on human growth hormone levels which improves longevity. Exercise also improves telomere length (reduces the rate of loss) which improves longevity. Exercise is defined in many ways – strength, endurance, … Continue reading