What’s the deal with nutrient timing? How important is timing your nutrient intake for muscle recovery and growth? Find out why post-exercise nutrition is essential and how to maximize it.
Can you burn more fat while doing your daily activities? It’s possible – and you don’t need the latest diet pill to do it. New research looks at how fat-burning could be increased by doing something simple – lowering the thermostat. Get the full story.
Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and when I have time I like to make something special and healthy. This is also known, among other names, as a puffed pancake. When done it will be puffed on sides and sink in the middle.
Yes, it’s official, the 2014Glassboro Cathe Road Trip will be held July 25th through the 27th. Get ready to work out live with Cathe for several classes, be filmed working out on the exact set that all the DVD’s are filmed on, pose for pictures on this exact set, meet cast members and of course create memories and make friendships that last a lifetime. Mark your calendars for an event you surely won’t want to miss! Sign Up for the 2014 Road Trip begins at Jan 31st at 1pm EST.
How sedentary are you? Chances are you sit more than you think. A large study looked at how much the average person sits or engages in sedentary activity during the day. Find out what they learned and how this information can impact your health.
Fitness crazes come and go, but one trend that seems to be enjoying some long-term life in gyms and personal training sessions is high-intensity interval training, also known as HiiT, high-intensity intermittent exercise (HiiE) and sprint interval training (SIT). It’s not for everyone, but it has the potential to kick your fitness level and fat loss up significantly.
It’s not how much you eat, when it comes to vitamins and minerals – it’s how much your body absorbs. A number of factors can reduce the absorption of some vitamins and minerals – from how you cook a food to what you eat it with. Find out more.
Feeling hungry isn’t a prerequisite for losing weight. In fact, if you feel hungry most of the time you’re doing something wrong. In this article, you’ll discover seven ways to not feel hungry when you’re trying to lose weight.
Regular physical exercise is important for lowering your risk for type 2 diabetes. Most people think of aerobic workouts as being the most effective for type 2 diabetes prevention – but what about strength-training? Find out what new research shows about strength training and the risk of type 2 diabetes.
You’ve heard people say “exercise is good medicine.” Now there’s even more proof of that. Find out what a study shows about exercise and how it compares with prescription medications for prolonging life in people with chronic diseases. You may be surprised.