Exciting new research on coffee shows it may lower your risk for health problems AND for dying prematurely. Read on and discover what this new research shows and why this popular beverage is earning points for being healthy.
Did you know high-intensity interval training can help you fight aging? Ever wondered how? Read on and discover how High-Intensity Interval Training slows aging even at the cellular level.
You know that protein is the “satiety” macronutrient but second in line is fiber. Now a new study shows the two are a powerful combination in the war against food cravings. Find out how fiber-rich protein sources can help you stay satiated longer and win the battle against food cravings.
Military presses – you know they work your shoulders and your upper back – but they work best if you do them correctly. Here are some common mistakes people make when doing military presses that reduces the benefits of the exercise and increases the risk for injury.
Aerobic exercise versus weight training – which is more effective for fat loss? Intuitively, you might say aerobics, but science doesn’t support this idea. Find out what a new study shows about the effectiveness of each.
Exercise has so many physical health benefits that it’s easy to forget about the mental benefits a good workout offers. Let’s take it a step further. Can exercise also make you feel happier? Find out what research shows.
Do you find yourself dragging mid-day as your energy level drops? The mid-day doldrums and lack of motivation are often related to factors you can correct. Find out what causes a drop in energy and what you can do to prevent it.
How are you coming along with push-ups? Can you do 20 on your toes? If so, it’s time to increase the challenge. Progressive overload applies to push-ups too. Even if you aren’t doing push-ups on your toes, there are variations you can do to work up to doing full push-ups. Read on and find out more about push-up progression and why it’s important.
Plyometric training – do you really need it? There are benefits to power training that go beyond improving your jump height and athletic skills. Find out what even non-athletes can benefit from plyometric drills.
What’s the “sticking point” that keeps many people from losing weight. Is it eating a poor diet or lack of exercise? Yes, and yes – but there’s another underlying factor you may not be aware of. Find out what it is.