Squats and lunges are two exercises that work the glutes. You might wonder whether one is more effective for targeting glute muscles than the other. Find out what EMG studies show and how to get the most out of your next glute workout.
Who wouldn’t want to live a long life as long as the time you live is quality time? People in certain parts of the world called the blue zones enjoy exceptional longevity and functionality even into an advanced age. What are their secrets?
Dark chocolate is a tasty indulgence and one that we’re learning has health benefits. Surprisingly, there may be benefits to eating dark chocolate before a workout. Here’s why.
Green tea – you hear a lot about the health benefits of this antioxidant-rich drink. You sometimes hear that it helps with fat loss as well. Is there any truth to this idea? Find out what research shows.
Are you training your back muscles in a balanced manner? Here’s why it’s important and what exercises can help you get a stronger, more defined back.
Processed foods have earned a bad reputation, partially for the ingredients they contain. Here are five of the worst ingredients you commonly find in processed and packaged foods.
What do you sip after a workout? A study shows drinking a cup of coffee might offer some surprising benefits it could help your muscles recover more quickly.
You produce the most growth hormone as an adolescent but levels drop dramatically with age. This can lead to the gradual loss of muscle and bone tissue. Can regular exercise bring about a rise in growth hormone?
What happens to your sleep patterns as you age? Is it normal to have problems falling or staying asleep as you age? Find out and discover changes that can improve the quality of your sleep at any age.
If you’re feeling constantly tired, you might be tempted to take supplements to help you feel more energetic. Can dietary supplements help with fatigue? Here’s why you should approach this idea with skepticism.