We know that heart-pumping workouts that get you sweaty have substantial health and fitness benefits – but what about low-intensity exercise? Does it offer health benefits as well? Find out.
We know that what you eat impacts your risk of cancer – but what about the micronutrients you take in through diet? Does a deficiency in certain micronutrients increase the risk of cancer? Find out what we know so far.
Would you like to have broader, more defined shoulders? If your shoulders are naturally narrow, can you widen them through strength training? Find out what exercises are best.
Have you tried pyramid training? If so, you might realize that there are two types of pyramid training: straight pyramid sets and reverse pyramids. Is one more effective than the other?
Can you positively impact your mood, improve your outlook, and your ability to handle stress by simply changing your diet? Here’s what science shows.
Are you getting enough vitamin D? Before you can answer that question you need to know how much you actually need. Read on and discover how to optimize your vitamin D level.
Do your elbows feel sore when you lift weights? Find out what is likely causing this problem and what you can do to reduce the stress on your elbows when you train.
Are you trying to get a rounder, more shapely backside? Do you know the best exercises to do that? To get maximal results, you should do a variety of exercises that work your glutes – but more than just squats, lunges, and deadlifts. Here’s why.
Foot pain is no fun – and your feet take quite a beating when you exercise. Plus, your feet change with age. Here’s how they change and how they can impact your workout.
Half of all American take some form of nutritional supplement. How about you? If so, how do you really know if what you’re getting is safe and in the proper dose? Here’s why you should be cautious about taking supplements.