You likely already know that core training is important, not only for core strength but for core stiffness as well. A study shows that not all core exercises are equally effective. Find out why.
Healthy, whole foods are the best way to get nutrients, but despite the availability of healthier fare, many people continue to take nutritional supplements. Is this a good idea? Here are some reasons why supplements aren’t a substitute for whole foods.
How tough is your workout? If you’re ready to kick it up a notch, make sure you’re including these four tough, but highly effective, exercises in your routine.
Where do you buy your produce? Although the grocery store might be the most convenient, there are some compelling reasons to buy locally and seasonally. Here 5 reasons to go local.
Are you drinking enough water? Are you sure? Here are six signs that you might not be meeting your body’s need for fluid.
Your immune system never sleeps – nor should it. You depend on it to protect you against threats, like bacteria, viruses, and even cancer. Have you ever wondered how it changes with age?
Squats are one of the most basic of strength-training exercises, yet many people do them incorrectly. How is your squat form? Here are five common mistakes that might be downgrading the quality of your squats.
Unfortunately, your muscles adapt to training over a period of time. That’s when you have to introduce new challenges to make them work harder and push them a little beyond failure. Here are five techniques that allow you to do that.
Do you listen to music when you exercise? A number of studies have looked at the impact music has on moderate-intensity exercise – but what about HIIT workouts? Find out what a new study shows.
Metabolic syndrome is one of the most common health problems that often goes undiagnosed. Yet, it can lead to serious health problems. Fortunately, it’s a syndrome you can lower the risk of through lifestyle and even reverse through lifestyle changes.