What does economics have to do with resistance training? They’re both subject to the “law of diminishing returns.” Read on and discover why more effort and more volume of training doesn’t always lead to better results.
It’s hard not to get motivated when you think about the health and fitness benefits of HIIT training. In fact, some people get so excited that they do it every day. Is this a good idea? If not, how often should you do high-intensity interval training?
Macronutrients are dietary components you get from food – protein, carbohydrates and fat. Each plays a role in muscle growth and development. Read on and discover the importance of each and why a balanced diet is essential for athletic performance and muscle building.
Your body needs large amounts of energy to fuel muscle contractions. Where does that energy come from? This article discusses the sources your body uses to fuel exercise at different intensities and durations and why it’s important to refuel after a workout.
Natural sweeteners are all the rage, but are all of them as healthy as they’re claimed to be? Not necessarily. Here are five popular, natural sweeteners that may not be as “sweet” as you think.
More athletes and bodybuilders are adding medium-chain triglycerides to their diet in hopes of boosting fat loss and increasing exercise endurance. Do they really help? Find out more about medium-chain triglycerides, how they’re different from other fats and whether they help with fat loss.
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When lifting weights, are you so focused on working the large muscles you see that you ignore the smaller stabilizers that help you avoid injury? Find out what stabilizer muscles are, why they’re important and how to work them effectively.
Strong muscles, healthy heart – healthy brain? According to a new study, being fit during mid-life is linked to a bigger brain once you hit 60. You already know exercise is good for your heart, but is it also the key to staying mentally sharp?