Protein is the most satiating macronutrient, more so than carbohydrates and fat. But you find protein in both animal and plant-based foods. Which of these two sources of protein is MOST satiating?
Mitochondria – you hear a lot about them these days. In fact, some experts believe they play a role in aging. One way to increase the number of mitochondria inside cells is to exercise. Now, a new study shows exercise may increase the number AND the quality of your mitochondria. Here’s why that’s important.
Enjoy a mix of weight training from all the series. Some are longer, some are shorter and lots of cardio variety. Try to stay focused this month as you know next month will be full of holiday distractions. Enjoy this November 2016 Workout Rotation!
You probably eat oatmeal for breakfast on occasion but there are some compelling reasons to eat if after a workout. Find out why a bowl of oatmeal is the ideal recovery snack after kick-butt workout.
When you weight train, you probably use a horizontal loading approach – but there’s another option. It’s called a vertical loading approach. In this article, you’ll discover how each approach differs and the benefits of each.
When is your favorite time of day to strength train? Just as importantly, does when you train likely to impact your performance? Find out what a new study shows and when the optimal time of day to do different types of workouts is.
We all would like to have the calorie burn continue after a workout is over – the so-called afterburn. In this article, you’ll discover what types of exercise elicit an afterburn and the factors that impact it.
Not enough time to prepare healthy meals? I hear you! It’s a common problem. Read on and you’ll discover hacks for eating healthy when time is a scarce commodity around your house.
Could an antioxidant your body produces help protect you against aging? That’s what research suggests and this antioxidant is called glutathione. Here’s why it’s important.
How strong are your hamstrings? If you’re a female, they may not be strong enough to avoid injury. Read on and find out why you need to target your hamstrings more and why squats and lunges aren’t enough.