Category Archives: Fitness & exercises

Extend your life span by exercises

Extend your life span by exercises

Apparently 15 minutes can do a lot more for you than save money on car insurance. Just 15 minutes of exercise per day can extend your life span by nearly three years, according to a recent study done in Taiwan.


Of the 400,000 men and women tracked over a 12-year span, the group that engaged in some moderate exercise for 15 minutes per day had a 14% lower mortality rate than the inactive group and had extended life expectancy by three years. Beyond that, for each 15 minutes of exercise added, death risks were reduced by an additional 4%.

Horseback riding for physical health and feeling of control

Horseback riding for physical health and feeling of control

Horseback riding can bring many benefits. Horseback riding is a great form of exercise that effectively and completely works out your abdominal muscles. To maintain your posture as the horse moves, you’re constantly making minor adjustments in your upper body, leaning, rotating and sitting up. Proper rein technique requires you not only to pull, but to grasp the reins firmly and hold them up, which gently works your shoulders and arms with constant tension.


Throughout the world, horseback riding is considered a uniquely beneficial form of therapy. A horse’s gait, similar to the human walk, helps strengthen spine and pelvic muscles, improves posture and coordination, and increases joint mobility.

Bowling & Health

Bowling & Health

Among the large number of sports that humans have created and played, bowling is quite probably the most popular to play and longest lived. Bowling is fun, good, clean, laugh-it-up fun. Other major benefits of bowling include its easy accessibility to facilities, equipment and instruction, as well as practice, league and competitive play. It is definitely a sport that is much more popular to be played than most others. While football, baseball, and basketball are extremely popular to watch, the truth of the matter is once we are out of college, most of us are not playing these sports. However, bowling is played by kids and senior citizens alike. The best part about bowling is that it offers health benefits to those who play regularly. The health benefits of bowling can contribute to a healthy lifestyle.