"Use it or lose it" is a phrase you hear a lot, whether in the gym or the research lab. If you don't use your muscles, they wither in atrophy. And if you don't use your brain, it can wither in its own way, too. Without constant stimulation, it just can't stay sharp.
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The GE Track and Field Team continued to dominate corporate running, winning its eighteenth consecutive National Championship on July 12 and 13, 2014. Athletes from GE business groups around the US won the 37th Annual United States Corporate Athletics Association (USCAA) Track and Field Championship held on the campus of California State University San Marco
Walking is one of the easiest ways to incorporate exercise into your day, and it offers plenty of benefits besides getting from point A to point B. You don't need any expensive, fancy equipment or specialized training. You already know how to do it — and you do it everyday. But you should probably be doing it more.
Walking can keep you healthy beyond your waistline. It relieves stress, improves circulation, boosts the immune system, combats depression, and can help prevent diabetes, osteoporosis, and arthritis.
The faster and longer you walk — especially the kind that raises your heart rate — the more you dramatically cut down your chances of serious diseases like heart disease. A study by Harvard University showed that women who walk at a moderate pace for 30 minutes a day had a 40 percent drop in their risks for heart disease.
If you walk outside, the fresh air can help clear your head and the vitamin D from sunshine can also help boost your mood. Walking with a friend or loved one can help strengthen your relationship.