You can take a variety of approaches to improving your aerobic fitness and building strength and muscle size. You can also approach it in an integrated manner. In this article, you’ll learn about an approach called integrated concurrent training and discover what its pros and cons are.
When training your upper or lower body against resistance, your muscles need 48 hours or more to recover. Is the same true for abdominal training? Read on and discover the downsides of working your abs every day.
If you were to ask a health professional what a normal resting heart rate is they’d tell you between 60 and 100. Yet, having a heart rate at the upper end of this range has a surprising health risk. Find out what a high-normal heart rate says about health and longevity.
What do you sip when you work out? Water? That’s fine for workouts of an hour or less – but what about longer ones? Skip the commercial sports drinks and try one of these healthy sports drink alternatives.
Are you getting enough potassium in your diet? If you eat packaged and processed foods, maybe not. Read on and discover four health problems dietary potassium lowers the risk of.
White rice doesn’t rank high on the nutrition scale. Yet, it’s not your only option. Read on and discover four healthier forms of rice that are more nutritious and won’t impact your blood sugar to the same degree.
You can manipulate a variety of variables to build strength. One of these variables is rep speed. Recently, a new study compared slow rep speeds with explosive reps with regard to building strength. Which was better? Find out.
Are cravings for the wrong foods a problem for you? Research has uncovered a technique that might help you tame those cravings and keep your healthy eating plan on track. Find out more.
Does the mineral copper play a role in fat loss? A new study suggests that it does. Find out why it’s important to get enough copper in your diet and the best sources.
You’re probably aware that being overweight or obese is a risk factor for breast cancer after menopause. However, obesity itself may not be the problem. Recent research suggests another problem associated with obesity may be more important. Find out what it is.