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Normal Lung Capacity Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Normal Lung Capacity.

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Reference Guide to Anaerobic Exercise

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. We often hear a lot about aerobic or “cardio” exercise and how it improves fitness, reduces one’s risk of lifestyle diseases, an...  Read more

Learn to Love Running

If only there were two or three more hours in a day, then I’d be able to reach the bottom of my to-do list. But between children, work and juggling the needs of an elderly mother, there never seems to be enough time. And like many women, exerci...  Read more

Cardio Exercise Tips for Seniors

There’s no doubt that getting older changes your body and appearance, but it also affects your ability to exercise. Your maximum heart rate declines with age, which means your heart and lungs can’t pump as much oxygen and blood to your mu...  Read more

How to Breathe During Exercise

When people begin a fitness program, they understandably have lots of questions, from how to perform certain moves to which exercises are most effective. One question that everyone seems to ask is how to breathe properly when working out. I know...  Read more

Concentrate On Your Core

Whenever you walk or run, your core muscles are active, keeping you upright, balancing your body as your weight shifts, and absorbing the impact as your feet hit the ground. Your body’s core forms the foundation of all your movement. If you...  Read more

My 4th day straight run/walking. Already my lungs
Updated 6/25/2015 9:55:47 AM

My 4th day straight run/walking. Already my lungs are in better shape and its easier. Its amazing how quickly my perspective changes after a few days of change. Feeling lighter and more capable instead of depressed about my body and health...  Read more

Over18,000 steps today. Just normal walking and a
Updated 6/5/2015 10:22:42 AM

Over18,000 steps today. Just normal walking and a mile with hubby and dog after dinner...  Read more

Definitely normal. One thing that was kindly point
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Definitely normal. One thing that was kindly pointed out to me yesterday is to look at your progress reports and daily calorie differential. It helps a lot! Welcome!...  Read more

Is it normal to lose inches if u havent lost anyth
Updated 5/16/2015 9:01:13 PM

Is it normal to lose inches if u havent lost anything in 2weeks...  Read more

Its not my body or my lungs that die out, its my m
Updated 5/9/2015 8:49:06 PM

Its not my body or my lungs that die out, its my motivation. I just don't want to so I stop :/ I wish my self control wasn't so negative....  Read more

Helping others, Help yourself

I have discovered the joy of volunteering to help with research studies at the university. I don't do any of the ones that require taking new medications, but I have been in several that deal with muscle fatigue, lung capacity, and metabolic rate....  Read more

P.A.C.E.

Cardio activity should be about building lung capacity NOT endurance. In order to "go the distance", one needs to store fat to complete the exercise. -- In the past I trained for a marathon. Now I need a steady, day-to-day activity that allows me fit...  Read more

Alternative Lifestylers

This group is for anyone with a lifestyle that isn't the vanilla norm...and even those who might be normal but have an inner freak! Just a reminder we need to keep it PG 13 or below....  Read more

Solutions to the Challenges of Living Large or Less Mobile

By Beth Donovan aka ~Indygirl People of size or those with limited range of motion have special challenges when trying to get fit. Not only do they have a longer way to go or a harder time getting there, but they have trouble finding equipment...  Read more

Can Taking the Stairs Really Prolong Your Life? You Bet!

A study at the University of Geneva has shown how something as small as taking the stairs instead of the elevator can have a big impact on your health. The study started with 69 participants who had a sedentary lifestyle, meaning they did less than...  Read more