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Business Insider

White House doctor: 'No concerns' about Trump's cognitive ability
CNN
He said the performance had been requested by Trump himself, who had told him to answer every query about the exam in an attempt to put to rest questions about the President's physical and mental fitness. Trump "was watching and liked it," an official ...
The White House doctor said he chose not to perform a key measure of Trump's physical fitnessBusiness Insider
From diet to mental fitness, President Trump's doctor weighs in on his healthNBCNews.com
WH Doctor Addresses Trump's Mental Fitness After Physical: 'No Concerns' About Cognitive AbilitiesMediaite
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USA TODAY

Life Time Fitness cable news ban: Are opposing views bad for your mental health?
USA TODAY
Americans are out of shape. Not just because many of us can't do more than 10 pushups or run a mile in under 12 minutes, but because we've given up on trying to hear ideas and opinions with which we disagree. Our minds are as flabby as our bodies. Life ...
After Life Time gyms ban cable news, fitness buffs feel the blissPhilly.com

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Chron.com

Pole fitness offers patrons a different twist on exercise
Chron.com
The studio also teaches classes that include the aerial cube, which is a cube suspended in the air with performers spinning and rotating, and aerial silks is taught as well, which is silk fabric that is suspended from the ceiling and allows performers ...

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Sweatcoin is the fitness app that pays you in digital currency to work out
Digital Trends
At the start of a new year, many of us vow to work out more, lead healthier lives, and lose some weight. Unfortunately, studies show that most of us also abandon those goals only a few weeks later. But a new app called Sweatcoin has a unique way to ...



New York Post

Electro-shock workouts and punk-rock yoga: The craziest new fitness classes
New York Post
Gone are the days of the one-stop workout shop. Exercisers now turn to fancy fitness studios for hyperspecific training sessions tailored to their own special wants and needs — whether that's yoga without any crunchy granola trappings or a sweat ...



Honolulu Star-Advertiser

How to follow through on New Year's fitness resolutions
Honolulu Star-Advertiser
As the impact that fitness has on both your physical and mental health is realized, you are much less likely to want to miss out on this payoff. >> Because being active always changes body chemistry for the better, you can use exercise to relax you ...



Forbes

The Real Reason Why People Abandon Their Fitness Resolutions Too Early
Forbes
One of the biggest psychological hurdles out there (and it's one that has been well studied) is our natural human inclination towards instant gratification. You may be familiar with the famous Stanford marshmallow experiment of the '70s, which is often ...



Harvard Health

Fitness over 50: Rebooting your workout
Harvard Health
You may not be aware of physical changes that can make your old workout risky. Try these tips to ease into exercise. Published: February, 2018. Blame it on a job change, a chronic health issue, or simply a loss of motivation: whatever took you away ...



Columbus Telegram

Keep fitness resolution going all year
Columbus Telegram
If I were to ask you what the most popular New Year's resolution is, you would probably guess weight loss. Eating better, joining a gym, drinking more water and getting eight hours of sleep every night are the most popular resolutions related to health ...

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Business Insider

5 fitness apps you won't regret buying
Business Insider
Somewhere in between doing it all yourself and hiring a professional is the world of fitness apps. There are many, and you might be right in assuming that, generally, they might not be great enough to actually inspire consistent use. Unless, of course ...

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