How strong are your hamstrings? If you’re a female, they may not be strong enough to avoid injury. Read on and find out why you need to target your hamstrings more and why squats and lunges aren’t enough.
Is it really true that men are better athletes than women? Maybe, but women have some athletic advantages that men don’t, especially when it comes to endurance exercise. Find out what they are.
Now, a new study shows another group of proteins in wheat may play a role in non-celiac gluten sensitivity and inflammation. Find out more.
How much cardio do you need for heart health and general fitness? Probably not as much as you think. Here’s why you don’t need to do endless hours of cardio each week to get fitness benefits.
Why does one person perform better in endurance activities than another? Part of it is genetics and training but physiologically it comes down to three main factors. Find out what they are.
You often hear about the health benefits of fish. No doubt, seafood is nutritionally dense and relatively low in calories. Does that mean you should eat more of it? Not necessarily. Here’s why.
Exercise is stressful but it also improves your health, both physical and mental. How can an activity that places so much strain on your body give health benefits? It all has to do with how your body adapts to exercise.
Where are your “problem areas?” Do you store fat in your buttocks and thighs or around your waistline? More importantly, what does where you store fat say about your health? Find out.
If you’re trying to build strength and muscle size, how long should you rest between sets? A new study looked at this issue and found that a little more rest may help you get stronger and increase muscle gains.
Food fakery? It’s more common than you think, especially if you buy packaged foods. Which foods are most likely to be not what they say they are?