This month’s rotation is themed…SWEATIN’ TO THE OLDIES! Same hard work, just with a throw back familiar twist. As always eat super clean along with this rotation and get NEW results….
Why do you fatigue so quickly when you exercise at a high intensity?
How fast do you walk? Your walking speed may say something about your overall health – including the health of your brain. Find out what new research shows about brain health, walking speed and risk for mortality.
What you eat and how you train affect your weight but behind the scenes you have to deal with the effects of hormones that regulate your appetite and metabolism. Lifestyle, dietary habits and exercise can all impact these hormones. Discover 4 major hormones that influence your weight.
Hot flashes are an uncomfortable side effect of menopause. Some women experience hot flashes for up to a decade after menopause begins! This article discusses the role lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, play in controlling hot flashes and menopausal symptoms.
Can exercise change the type of bacteria that live in your gut? There’s growing evidence that gut bacteria play a role in obesity and gut and immune health. Now a study suggests exercise may create a healthier population of “good” gut bacteria. Find out more about the role gut bacteria play in health and obesity and what this study shows.
Yes, calcium is important for healthy bones but it needs a “support team” to help it work better. Discover five other nutrients you need for bone health and to lower your risk for osteoporosis.
I’d like to thank everyone for coming to the 2014 Glassboro road trip and sharing a wonderful weekend once again with me and our staff.
How do you think of a workout – as a welcome diversion and a pleasant challenge – or as a task you HAVE to do? How you frame your workout may influence whether or not you lose weight by impacting how much you eat a workout is over. Find out what a new study shows about attitude towards exercise and how much you eat after a workout.
Magnesium is an essential mineral everyone needs in their diet. If you exercise, you may need more than a sedentary person. In fact, research suggests not getting enough magnesium in your diet can negatively impact your exercise performance. Find out why magnesium is so important if you work out and the best sources of this vital mineral.