Too often we train the big muscles we can see without targeting the muscles underneath that support these muscles and protect you against injury. That’s why exercises that target your stabilizers should be part of your routine.
Your immune system ages too? Yes, it does and it can affect your risk of disease in several ways. Are there ways to slow down the aging of your immune system? Find out.
Interval training is good for fat loss and for the health of your heart, to name a few benefits. Now a new study shows that interval training, even resistance interval training, is healthy for your blood vessels. Find out more.
It sounds intuitive – exercise more and you’ll lose more weight. The reality is that this isn’t always the case. Here’s why.
Flexibility is important for performance and for functionality. You sometimes hear that weight training reduces flexibility. Is there any truth to this idea?
Plants contain phytonutrients that meat and dairy lack. You might wonder whether you can get all of the nutrients your body needs with a plant-based diet. Find out.
You already know you can strengthen your muscles through strength training – but what about your tendons? This article looks at whether you can make tendons stronger and the best approach to doing that.
Do you drink dairy milk or do you prefer one of the growing number of non-dairy milk alternatives? Not all milk alternatives are the same. Here are some tips for choosing the best milk alternatives that meet your needs.
Halloween is coming this month with all it’s tricks and treats! Before we indulge in any candy cravings, we’ll hit our workouts hard and keep our goals in check! A great mix of cardio, total body, and separate upper and lower body days will keep those muscles confused and working hard! Remember to eat as clean as possible and drink plenty of water!
Delayed onset muscle soreness, or DOMs, is no fun. If you have very sore muscles, you might be tempted not to train for a few days until they recover. Is this a good idea?