Get Moving & Put the Brakes on Alzheimer’s Disease

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Regular exercise can slow the progression of cognitive impairment. A half hour of aerobic exercise four to five times a week may prevent or slow cognitive decline in older adults who are at a high risk of developing Alzheimer’s, according to a new study published Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Is 149 Minutes Enough Exercise?

149 Minutes

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Is 149 minutes enough? Apparently not. The mismatch between the objective of guidelines we are given and the way our brain perceives those messages creates trouble.

Post-Funtensity Glow

Successes that Surprise You

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What often gets you the most excited about fitness is when you find yourself doing something you didn’t set as a goal and weren’t sure was even possible.  When you get fitter it happens broadly, making so many little things better that it is impossible to predict what they will be.  We have our stated […]

Partner medicine ball exercise from Funtensity at Telluride WOW 2018

All Exercise is Not Created Equal

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This is fascinating. What’s the best type of exercise? The answer depends on your goals.  If the focus is longevity, then a recent study presents some fascinating findings. There are significant differences in longevity based on the type of exercise you do.The total amount of time spent exercising is not as important as we think. […]