Red in the face after a workout

Why does my face turn red after a workout? More often than not, a red face from exercise is not something to worry about. It’s just the body’s way of dealing with the extra heat created by exercise. When you exercise, many changes occur in your body: You breathe faster to maximize oxygen levels in your blood.A higher heart rate increases blood flow to your muscles.Your small blood...

Compound exercise for arms

Compound exercises for arms are effective in building muscle and developing strength, as it activates more than one muscle group at a time. Which compound exercises are best for arms?

Painful hip after exercise

It is not uncommon to experience some pain in the body after exercise. In many cases, this is due to exercise pain, which is a natural reaction when the muscles recover. Learn more about causes of painful hips after exercise.

Healthy heart rate for exercise

Almost all training is good. But to make sure you get the most out of your workout while staying at a level that is safe for you, you can monitor how hard your heart is working. Learn more about healthy heart rate for exercise

Exercise with chest infection

You have developed a healthy exercise program and are determined to stick to it - until you catch a cold. Most common colds are not bad enough to keep you from moderate exercise, but exercising with chest overload is different.

Will exercise lower cholesterol

We often hear about the "good" and the "bad" when it comes to cholesterol." The "good" (HDL) cholesterol in our body helps to remove the "bad" (LDL) cholesterol from the blood. Will exercise lower cholesterol the "bad" cholesterol?