Joints, Bikes And The Armour You Need For An Active Lifestyle

Joint Movement

Joint discomfort or pain is quite common for sports enthusiasts and those who suffer from arthritis. For full-body strength and wellness, a collagen supplement works holistically with antioxidant benefits for potent joint support. Collagen is the main structural protein in various areas of the body, like the skin, bones and teeth.

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This product also assures full-body strength, anti-aging, elasticity and healing throughout the body. All Adashiko products can be found at leading pharmacies, health specialists or online.

I Want To Ride My Bike

A recent study conducted at the University of Otago has shown that—shock horror—active exercise in the morning can be good for you.

Belgian bicycle rider, Eddy Merckx, known as the most successful competitive bike rider in history, said: “Ride as much or as little, as long or as short as you feel. But ride!”

Call it a quasi-New Age idea, but it’s true. There are many reasons why cycling is beneficial for anyone. In a transport-dominated world, it is so convenient for us to fall out of bed, lazily get ready and drive to work. Why not leave the car keys behind? Both walking and cycling are proved to help the prevention of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Also, it helps create a more zero-emission environment.

The study, lead by Dr. Caroline Shaw from the Department of Public Health said that ‘people who cycle to work had a 13 percent reduction in mortality during the study’. Studied over a 15 year period, the findings were linked strongly to the promoting health and environmental issues.

With new cycling and walking lanes popping up around New Zealand, these new initiatives will, hopefully, get people riding their bikes to work instead of catching public transport.

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