exercise

How much weight did Israelis gain during the coronavirus lockdown?

Out of the 70% who reported they trained less during the lockdown, 48% claimed that they trained significantly less while 15% indicated that they took full advantage

Pick two focal points on opposite sides of the room. Balance on your tailbone and twist side to side
How to keep fit during lockdown, using only a baby and a stroller

Specifically, a boxing-inspired workout you can do at home with nothing but your bodyweight, your baby and your stroller.

By SHARON FEIEREISEN
16/04/2020
parenting
Inactive teens may be more prone to depression, study shows

Even light exercise like walking might help reduce this risk.

By REUTERS
22/02/2020
Does the right playlist increase workout performance?

The research assessed 19 actively-fit women with an average age of 26.4

How to stick to your fitness  New Year’s resolution
How to stick to your fitness New Year’s resolution

The key to keeping one’s 2020 health goals starts with setting the right goals.

The IDF Search and Rescue Unit takes part in a drill, December 2019.
IDF's Search and Rescue brigade drills for multi-front war

Thousands of troops took part in drill which took place from the Golan Heights to the Negev

Israeli Navy trains with NATO in the Mediterranean

As part of the exercise, crews on Greek and Romanian ships simulated emergencies that required the Israeli Navy to facilitate medical evacuations to Rambam Hospital in Haifa.

09/11/2019
Israeli fitness buffs gather in Tel Aviv to hold the biggest Pilates class ever in Israel
Center Field: Piety and peoplehood with pluralism and pride

The best metaphor would be the siddur, the prayer book. It keeps growing over the centuries, evolving with new ideas while preserving the fundamentals.

22/10/2019
Israeli jet touch down in the UK.
Israeli jets return from Cobra Warrior exercise in the UK

Drill marked first time that Israeli F-15 fighter jets flew in British airspace

Gym illustrative
Study shows elderly can build muscle as easily as highly-trained peers

The researchers had expected that the first group of "master athletes" would have an increased ability to build muscle due to their superior levels of fitness over a prolonged period of time.

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