Regular exercise is good for you. It can help prevent excessive weight gain, diabetes and high blood pressure. But some people find they obsess about the exercise or sport they pursue and overdo it. That can be bad for the body and the psyche.
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Fit and lean in weekly 20 minute training sessions — every lazy person’s dream, and a promise by any gym that offers electromyostimulation training, or EMS for short.
Jerome Boateng spoke out about racism he experienced in youth football in Germany, in the same week that Frankfurt's black players reported racist abuse during a match. Racism is still a blemish on the game.
Because they sit at desks all day, many office workers have to exercise in the early morning or late evening. But when is it best to work out? The answer: listen to your body’s internal clock.
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