Why Steady Cardio Doesn’t Equal Weight Loss

When a man says he wants to lose some weight, chances are the first thing he’ll do is go for a run or hit the treadmill. A lot of men believe that cardio equals weight loss. But most guys are going about it all wrong. Cardio is about conditioning – you’re conditioning your body to… Read more »

The Importance of Recovery After a Workout

Recovery is a vital part of any training program whether you are an elite athlete or just someone who hits up the gym to improve your strength and fitness. In any training program whether it be speed and agility, strength and conditioning or a general fitness program, it is important that recovery becomes part of… Read more »

Five Ways to Keep Your Winter Workout Fun

ways to have fun working out this winter

We get it. It’s cold and snowy and you want to curl up on the couch and hibernate. But exercise is so important and it doesn’t have to be a chore. By mixing up your workout calendar and maintaining a positive attitude, you’ll be beating the winter slump in no time. Check out these five… Read more »

Take Our “Get Real” Walking Challenge

challenge to get real with walking

Are You Ready to “Get Real?” Summer’s here and we’re challenging you to “Get Real.” At Dr. Newton’s Naturals, our promise to you is that we provide the highest quality, “real” supplements so you can get “real” results. Now it’s your turn to make a promise to yourself. Take our “Get Real” Walking Challenge and… Read more »

Aging Athletes Need More Rest and Recovery

rest for aging athletes

One of the most important, yet overlooked aspects of any exercise or training program is the recovery phase, or time spent resting. In fact, most coaches and trainers would argue it’s just as or more important than the exercise itself. During this phase, physiologically your body is seizing the opportunity to repair itself to become… Read more »

Exercise: Choice or Chore?

If you say chore (which many do), its time to energize and find what motivates you. Your heart can’t speak to tell you it’s “sick” and it’s the most important muscle you have. Don’t wait for something serious to occur to make it “real” for you. Regular physical activity is a powerful way to reduce… Read more »

Cognitive function improves due to aerobic exercise

A recent review published in the journal Psychonomic Bulletin and Review suggests that aerobic exercise produces significant benefits in cognitive function for older adults. From pursuing tasks to improved memory, aerobic exercise has been shown to boost the brain function of seniors in several recent studies reviewed in the publication. Elders who are active and… Read more »