Increasing Your Chances of Better Breast Health - Bethesda, Maryland publisher distrbutes Breast Health exercises online

Bethesda, Maryland, September 28, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / I-Newswire)  According to medical experts, an active lifestyle and the right exercises can not only enhance your health and promote fitness, but can reduce the risk of breast cancer. American Cancer Society statistics revealed more than 192,370 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009. Renee Ridgeway, author and creator of the Breast Health Exercises Apple App has now given women an easy way to increase their breast health with her exercises.

Ridgeway’s App, Breast Health Exercises, focuses on a series of ten 20-minute exercises that have been developed to promote increased circulation in breast tissue. The exercises can be performed anywhere and anytime. The App, which includes instructional photos, was designed to provide stress relief, promote circulation and balance through the upper-mid body, breasts and surrounding muscles. Ridgeway has made it her business to share what she loves doing most by creating this App for women who are looking for ways to enhance their own health and fitness.

Ridgeway began with a “mind-body approach.” She wanted, “to help full-figured women feel more comfortable about their bodies and how they felt and fit in their clothes as well as help them maintain a healthy lifestyle.” “I thought with all the discomfort large-breasted women experience, it might be a comforting solution to have gentle exercises to release tension from the upper body and back,” said Ridgeway. This led to her breast health exercises.

The Breast Health Exercises App uses the science of exercise and nutrition, and may be beneficial to anyone who has been fighting cancer. The App brings to light the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and approaching health and fitness from a disease-prevention mindset.

Ridgeway started her fitness career in the early 1980s and her credentials are extensive. She has earned certifications in personal training and group exercise with a focus on anatomy and physiology from the following organizations: Reebok University, Philbin Fitness, Resist-A-Ball, Quantum Fitness, the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), and the American Council on Exercise (ACE). Renee is certified to teach aerobics, step aerobics, cardio kickboxing, body sculpting, and weights with the ball, as well as Yoga and Pilates on the Ball. She is also the founder of the Pilates In the Forest Studio, located in Laytonsville, Maryland.

Like most fitness professionals, Ridgeway is at the forefront of making fitness routines and information available anywhere and anytime. Arrow Publications, LLC, located in Bethesda, MD, has made that possible by digitally distributing Breast Health Exercises in the Apple App Store. In the future, Ridgeway plans to release a specialized fitness App for Pilates mat work.