Tag Archives: Exercise

GymCam Automatically Classifies, Counts Exercise Reps

September 13th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Rehab, Sports Medicine Smartwatches and dedicated wrist-based activity trackers have become popular over the past few years. They’re decent at counting steps during walking and running, but they’re not very good at tracking most athletic activities. At Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed a camera-based system that simply watches people… Read More »

HOW A REMEDIAL MASSAGE CAN HELP YOU TO QUICKLY OVERCOME DISCOMFORT AFTER EXERCISE

When the term “remedial massage” is used, it is natural to respond with “what is that?” It is a form of massage otherwise referred to as a sports massage. Remedial massage therapy is typically used to relieve a range of ailments or injuries and is performed by a qualified, professional practitioner. It is a form… Read More »

Type 2 diabetes: Doing this exercise could lower your risk of developing the disease

Type 2 diabetes is a common condition that causes the level of sugar (glucose) in the blood to become too high. Overtime, high blood sugar levels can pose grave health risks such as heart disease and strokes. Leading a healthy lifestyle goes a long way to warding off the threat of developing type 2 diabetes.… Read More »

Are folding exercise bikes any good?

by Sofia Alves Are you looking for a new way to exercise at home? You must have heard about stationary exercise bikes to work out in the privacy of your home. However, these bikes can be quite large and heavy. Because of their size, they take too much space and they ruin the aesthetic of… Read More »