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Exercise Recommendations For: Healthy Adults
In 2007, the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Heart Association issued new exercise recommendations: all adults should engage in moderate-intensity aerobic exercise for 30 minutes per day on most, if not all, days of the week.

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Mobile Apps

In May 2013, we released a major update to our novel Exercise Calorie Converter (for Apple iOS only). It now contains over 4200 foods & beverages! The update is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

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Today's Featured Topics

Health and Fitness Targets
How do you know if you're "healthy"? Or "fit"? In our review "Health and Fitness Targets" we summarize the most important parameters for you. (HINT: Your resting heart rate could possibly be THE most important health parameter you should be monitoring!) Learn about this, and other ways to evaluate your health and fitness at: "Health and Fitness Targets"

Find an Exercise Partner
One of the best ways to ensure you exercise regularly is to find an exercise partner. Running, weight-training, cycling are all more enjoyable if you do it with someone else. Get more ideas in: "Find An Exercise Partner"

Exercise Tips For Travelers
When you're on a business trip, you might be inclined to forgo exercise just because you're on the road. No worries! Many hotels have fitness centers. And so do some airports! But, how do you find them? Easy, just use the web sites summarized in our review: "Exercise Tips For Travelers"

Exercise Books and Videos

TITLE:  "Sport and Exercise Pharmacology"
AUTHOR:  Reents, S
LENGTH:  347 pages
LIST PRICE:  $57.00

"Sport and Exercise Pharmacology" is the first text ever written explaining what happens if you exercise while taking medications. Although it is intended for an academic audience (eg., students in exercise sciences, health care professionals), the text is readable even by those without a scientific background. Over 100 figures and graphs support the concepts discussed. Each chapter begins with a Case Study, which, according to the author, is based on a real scenario.
Read our review...

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