Plant foods – you hear a lot about the benefits of eating a plant-based diet. Can adopting such an eating plan help you live longer? This article looks at this issue and also points out the difference between vegetarian, vegan, and plant-based diets.
You’ve probably noticed that fewer women work out after menopause – but why? A new study tries to explain why so few women work out later in life – and why it’s important to do it anyway!
We won’t be able to answer detailed questions about the new workouts until they’re finished being filmed and edited, but if you have general questions about our new workouts (Strong and Sweaty and Cycle Sweat) make sure to first check our FAQ page. It should answer most of your questions.
Metabolic syndrome, a problem marked by insulin resistance, is one of the fastest growing health problems, other than obesity. Losing weight helps to reverse this condition – but what about exercise? Find out what role exercise plays in improving metabolic health and lowering the risk of metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes.
You have two main types of muscle fibers – fast-twitch and slow-twitch. Most people, as they age, do more training that activates slow-twitch rather than fast-twitch fibers. Yet, that’s not the best approach. Here’s why.
Are you restricting calories, exercising, and still having trouble losing weight? Your body fights your attempt to lose weight through three main metabolic adaptations. Find out what they are and how you can fight them.
Stress – it can do a number on your health. Some people are also convinced it can make it harder to lose body fat and even lead to weight gain. Is there any truth to this idea? Read on and find what link, if any, there is between stress, changes in body composition, and weight gain.
What could be important than keeping your brain healthy? Unfortunately, your brain ages along with the rest of your body. Yet, lifestyle matters. Find out what research shows about brain aging, body weight, and exercise.
One thing you don’t want when you train is an injury. Sometimes, despite your best effort, you end up injured. Still, it’s important to do what you can to prevent them. Here are seven ways to make yourself more resistant to injury.
Hi Everyone! This month we’ll been doing a “blast from the past” as we revisit some of the past favorite workouts while shedding body fat and shaping muscles. As always, eat clean, drink water, sleep soundly to enhance your results!