A disturbing new trend – the incidence of colon cancer is increasing in young adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s. How can you explain this trend? Find out and discover simple lifestyle tips you can use to lower your risk for colon cancer.
You already know HIIT training is time expedient and effective. Now, a new study highlights another benefit of HIIT training, despite how tough it is, it doesn’t feel as hard as continuous training at a high intensity, especially if you keep the active intervals short. Find out more.
What would a workout be without at least a few sets of push-ups? Doing standard push-ups gets boring and your body eventually adapts to them. Find out how to use different hand and foot placement and other push-up variations to target particular muscle groups.
What’s all the talk about negative calorie foods? Can some foods really require more energy to process than is actually in the food? Read on and find out why negative calorie foods don’t hold up to scientific scrutiny and a better approach to reducing the calorie content of your diet.
PHA training was popularized by in the 1960s, but it’s still relevant today. Find out what PHA training is and how it can add variety to your workout and help you get into better shape.
Grilling season has begun! How healthy are the items that come off your grill? What about the side dishes you serve? Read on and discover how to make your next grilling barbecue party healthier for everyone.
No doubt about it – high heels are popular, but new research shows they can really wreck your feet. In fact, wearing them often can lead to muscle imbalances that place you at greater risk for injury. Find out more about the drawbacks of wearing high heels.
To build muscle size, you have to create conditions that support growth. When it comes down to it, three main factors work together to help you build muscle tissue. Find out what they are and how to use them to your advantage.
It’s no secret that we lose strength and muscle mass as we age – but why? A new study recently looked at what’s happening at the cellular level that might promote muscle aging and loss of strength. Find out more about what they discovered.
Do strong muscles say something about your health and how long you’ll live? Find out what research shows about health, muscle strength and aging. You’ll also discover how to reduce loss of muscle strength as you age.