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“The whole idea that it’s a risky place to be…around the world, we just aren’t seeing those numbers anywhere."
A 65-year-old athlete living with AIDS participating in the marathon at the quadrennial Gay Games shares his HIV memories.
Start by standing or sitting as tall and straight as possible.
Cardiovascular conditioning can be performed on consecutive days.
There are a lot of exercises you can perform with bodyweight alone.
There may be several reasons.
The idea of eating less and working out more can be flawed.
There are ways to help make this technology work for you.
Daniel Szymczyk, founder and CEO of The HIV League, shares why he started the nonprofit group and how running became a passion.
Some say it’s a cult or a fitness fad. Alexandria however describes how people use SoulCycle as a tool to fight life’s toughest battles.
When I was first diagnosed, running became my strongest ally. I now continue my running through New York’s urban running crew.
First, speak with your physician.
Biking is a great activity. There are, however, several things to consider.
Increasing your activity level often leads to improved sleep.
Enlist help, mark your calendar and be realistic.
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