It’s Fashion Flash Monday!

Fashion FlashIt’s Fashion Flash Monday and our host is Cindy from Prime Beauty. Get the latest and best beauty advice for women 40 & over. Great deals on skincare, makeup products and more! The rest of us Fashion Flashers have solid  info on beauty, fashion and fitness to help you look and feel fab inside and out.

 

 

 

How much exercise do you need?

The American Heart Association and American College of Sports Medicine recommend that Even moderately intense physical activity such as brisk walking is beneficial when done regularly for a total of 30 minutes or longer on most or all days.

  • You don’t have to do a ½ hour all at once.
  • Every exercise minute counts.
  • Get a pedometer, (you can get one for under 10 bucks) and count your steps throughout the day. It’s a great incentive to keep walking, and those steps really add up.
  • Walking to your favorite music adds Rocky-like inspiration.
  • With the dog days of summer upon us, it can also be a good time to get your fitness wet.
  • Yep, nowadays you can get in a pool or a lake, stay cool, have fun, and get as challenging a workout as you want.
  • We all know swimming is great aerobic exercise and a superb muscle toner, but that’s just a beginning.
  • Water has 12 times the resistance of air yet aqua exercise is easy and fun to do. There are lots of ways you can jump in and get an impact free cardio and strength workout that rivals the gym without breaking a sweat.

Getting fit doesn’t have to feel like getting your teeth drilled.

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It’s Fashion Flash Monday!

Fashion FlashIt’s Fashion Flash Monday! Our host this week is top anti-aging expert, Jackie from Agingbackwards.com  She will help you stay vital, beautiful and healthy naturally.

Her book How To Think Yourself Slim, Healthy, & Young is a must read and full of easy to do tips to help you stay fabulous.

The rest of us Fashion Flash blogger have an eclectic mix of the latest in fashion, beauty, fitness and anti aging. Check us out and let us know what you think!

More email questions coming. Here’s one that I get quite often from women who are afraid of falling?

Q: What exercises one should do to improve sense of balance?

Balance_Web_6755A: Serious balance issues require medical attention. However some loss of balance is quite common as we age. Signals from vision, bones, and joints, the vestibular system in the inner ear, and the nervouse system, are sent to the brain which interprets them into an awareness of the position of their body. This is our proprioceptive sense and one of its functions is balance.

Trouble is, the systems collecting the information controlling balance begin to deteriorate with age, particularly if we’ve been inactive. And this process accelerates after 50.

But exercises involving proprioception and balance can help slow down our aging clock. Here’s one you can do at home.

Stand with your feet together. Slowly pick up one leg, bending the knee, and place the side of your foot against your opposite calf or knee. Holding on to a chair or wall, find your balance. When you feel ready, let go and slowly bring your arms up in front of your chest. Hold for about 10 seconds (or as long as you can). When it get’s too easy, try doing it with your eyes closed.

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