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The Repeated Bout Effect: Why You Don’t Always Get Sore When You Lift Weights

The Repeated Bout Effect: Why You Don’t Always Get Sore When You Lift Weights

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When you first start weight training, you probably experienced a significant degree of soreness, what is referred to as delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS. But as you kept doing the same exercise, you no longer felt the same degree of soreness. The reason has to do with the “repeated bout effect.” Find out more.

Complete Health Thanks to Cathe and Her Crew by Karen

Complete Health Thanks to Cathe and Her Crew by Karen

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As I approach my 30th birthday this February my husband recently told me he thinks I look stronger and better than I did when we met 11 years ago. For the first time in my life I could acknowledge to my husband and myself that I agree with him. I could actually say the words, “Thank you” instead of arguing that he was wrong. Thanks to Cathe and her passion I have discovered and maintained true strength, health, and confidence in my life.

js56 Success Story

Cathe’s Workouts SAVED My Life!!! by js56

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For the past six years, my mornings begin with Cathe Friedrich and her stellar fitness crew, which also includes Amanda, Katie, Nancy, Greg, Rob, Denise, Deazie, Stuart, Marc, Marlo, Kate, and Al. My journey as a Cathelete started September 2009 after several years of doing other
workout DVDs at home and later experienced a plateau where I did not feel appropriately challenged anymore.

Nutrition and Hiit Training: Are You Fueling Up Properly?

Nutrition and Hiit Training: Are You Fueling Up Properly?

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By now, you’re probably aware of the many health benefits of high-intensity interval training. In fact, research suggests it may be more beneficial for some aspects of your health than moderate-intensity exercise. Yet, if anything, nutrition is even more important for high-intensity training than moderate-intensity workouts Find out why and how you can maximize the benefits you get from a HIIT workout.