Every year, over half a million people die of heart disease in the United States. While a lack of exercise can be a major contributor to the health of your heart, the food you are consuming can play just as big of a role. We here at Kennedy Fitness: A Jefferson Health Affiliate are always… Continue Reading
We all have a typical gym regimen that we carry out. Most of us have a clear preference between cardio, strength training, or sports training (like taking kickboxing classes in Mt. Laurel). Along with this preference comes a routine that we get used to and one that we almost never stray away from.
Every year, over 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States. Heart Disease is responsible for a quarter of the deaths in the US each year and is the number one cause of death between both men and women.
Circuit training — it’s a term that is thrown around the gym quite often, but you might not know what it is (even if you have probably done it in group fitness scenarios).
CHERRY HILL Spin with Brynn // Wednesdays @ 9:00am with Brynn Looking for a high energy and empowering work-out? Then spin with Brynn on Wednesdays at 9am for a fun with friends ride side by side. MEDFORD Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Exercise Program with Loretta // Mondays @ 9am A gentle, warm water exercise program for… Continue Reading
CHERRY HILL Salsa Spin with Sandra V // Wednesdays @ 6:15pm: Take a ride south of the border with a heavy Tabata style spin using Latin music to inspire your whole body to be motivated MEDFORD Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Exercise Program with Loretta // Mondays @ 9am: A gentle, warm water exercise program for people with arthritis…. Continue Reading
“Is it okay to eat after 8 p.m.?” As with many health-related questions, the answer is both very simple and endlessly complicated. The simple answer is that weight gain isn’t caused by when you eat but instead by what you eat and how much.
Regular exercisers have a stronger immune system, so we get sick less often. When the common cold or the flu virus does catch up to us, however, we face a dilemma: Is it better to skip the gym or keep up with our usual routine?
Getting in shape requires dedication, consistency, a healthy diet, and a solid workout routine. When you find yourself grinding multiple days out of the week, it might be a good idea to add a new challenge to the mix. Weight training is a great way to build muscle endurance and increase your overall strength.
People are always looking for better workouts — workouts that will make them faster, stronger, healthier. But what if your goal was to focus on your health and wellness without taking a toll on your body? If you’ve ever spent some time in a gym or around people who visit a wellness center, then you… Continue Reading