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By cutting down on recovery time we may be getting poorer results and therefore wasting our time.
There are ways to improve self-control and willpower.
Sometimes when people discuss how they move, they will use different words interchangeably, not realizing...
When considering putting a weight loss program into action, most people wonder not only what are the most effective methods...
Most of us are familiar with inflammation on a grander scale.
In the past long distance, endurance athletes like runners and cyclists have been wary of getting involved in strength training programs.
What core exercises will give you the most effective training.
The phrase “training the core” is used so often in sports and exercise that it may have lost much of its meaning.
There have been a few studies published that have indicated that sitting is much worse for your health than standing ...
There are a variety of muscle cramps, but I will primarily be discussing those that occur during or after exercise.
Strength training programs come in many possible combinations and permutations.
The task of gaining muscle can be a long and sometimes frustrating road. There seems to be a number of influences that make it a rocky...
The mental contribution to fatigue has always been known to exist.
Muscles do have a property which is often called ‘muscle memory’
A 2009 study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology tried to answer this question
We’ve all experienced this physical sensation at one time or another known as Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
I previously discussed whether running on hard surfaces is hard on your joints.
Will it wear out your joints prematurely?
Whether you are a recreational jogger or a marathon runner, we all are concerned with is how do we reduce the chance of injury?
You’ve no doubt been hearing more over the past few years about the benefits of high intensity exercise.
In my last column, I brought up the way our shoulder evolved from weight bearing to a variety of other functions...