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9 Ways to Play with a Hula Hoop

Find 9 hula hoop games, from the classic spinning challenge to other innovative ways to use the hoop both alone and with a group....More...

The Causes of Sleeping Too Much

Getting enough sleep is imperative. It is restorative and helps us heal. However, sleeping too much is not recommended. Studies have shown that sleeping too much is as detrimental, if not more so, than not sleeping enough and may even lead to higher mortality rates and a higher incidence of type 2 d...More...

How to Use an Ice Pack With a TENS Unit

A TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) unit is a pain management device that you can supplement with heat or cold therapy. Sufferers typically use it with an acute injury to reduce swelling or to decrease muscle spasm. Applying it can also reduce chemical production that leads to a pai...More...

Winter Olympic Sports to Try

Amazed by the speed and thrills of Winter Olympic sports? Pick a few that inspire your family and try them at home or in your community....More...

How to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids Naturally

By age 50, more than half of adults have had to deal first-hand with the discomfort of hemorrhoids. If you think you may be suffering from hemorrhoids, your first course of action should be to see a doctor. There are other causes for similar discomfort and bleeding which need to be ruled out before ...More...

How to Play Sock Tag

Sock tag is a game that's fun for a group, requires little equipment, and really gets kids moving. You can also play a variation called Dragon's Tail Tag....More...

Aerobic Fitness Exercises

Aerobic exercises are the ones that use oxygen to burn carbohydrates and fats, such as running. In contrast, lifting weights and strength-training routines are anaerobic because they don't use oxygen or burn fat. A balanced program includes both types, and you can vary the aerobic portion of your fi...More...

What Is the National Physical Activity Plan?

The U.S. National Physical Activity Plan is an effort to increase physical activity in the United States. Its vision is that "One day, all Americans will be physically active and they will live, work, and play in environments that facilitate regular physical activity."...More...