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Text Messaging Can Boost Daily Walking

By Shirley Archer-Eichenberger, JD, MA / April 1, 2022

Sending frequent text messaging about walking can increase the recipient’s daily steps, according to a study.

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Sleep Deprivation Reduces Walking Efficiency

By Shirley Archer-Eichenberger, JD, MA / March 14, 2022

To add to our understanding of sleep, new findings show that sleep deprivation can undermine walking efficiency and increase clumsiness.

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Hiking: It’s For Everyone!

By Judy Minich / December 6, 2021

Telling a person to “take a hike,” used to be a bit of an insult, but sending someone on a trek is really more of a favor. Besides having physical benefits, hiking improves mental health by fostering a relationship with nature. Research shows that spending time among trees and the great outdoors reduces blood pressure, lowers cortisol and adrenaline levels, and amps up the immune system (Mitten 2016).

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Older woman enjoying the benefits of brisk walking

Benefits of Brisk Walking for the Brain

By Shirley Archer-Eichenberger, JD, MA / November 9, 2021

In a study on the benefits of brisk walking, researchers found that aerobic exercise can improve the integrity of connective brain tissue.

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Trainer helping client with walking after a stroke

Faster Walking After a Stroke

By Shirley Archer-Eichenberger, JD, MA / November 9, 2021

If you work with stroke survivors, speed walking after a stroke will help them get a step ahead in their cognitive fitness.

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Taking Small Steps

Moving More Every Day

By Judy Minich / September 24, 2021

As you help your clients understand the benefits of moving more, it’s important to remind them that all movement doesn’t need to be done in the gym.

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