Exercise may help slow the aging process. Aging begins at the cellular level – and a new study shows high-intensity exercise may be just the ticket for keeping your cells fit and healthy.
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 conditioning workouts create an after-burn and can help you burn more fat, improve your level of conditioning, and break through a plateau. Here are three types of metabolic workouts you can add to your own routine.
Exercise helps burn fat, including belly fat, but what role does exercise INTENSITY play in helping you achieve lean, sculpted abs?
Would you like to peek into a crystal ball and see what fitness trends are hot for 2017? According to the ACSM survey, here’s what you can expect to trend up and down in the world of fitness.
If you’re like most people, you enjoy listening to music when you weight train. Is music simply a form of entertainment when you’re training or can it actually make you stronger? Find out what research shows.
High-intensity interval training is a time-expedient and effective way to work out. However, intervals can be short or long. What is the best way to structure intervals in high-intensity interval training?
Despite the fact that high-intensity interval training workouts are usually brief, they improve exercise endurance similarly to sustained periods of moderate-intensity exercise. Now, researchers believe they know why. You’ll also discover why you shouldn’t load up on antioxidants prior to a HIIT training session.
Many people still believe the key to losing body fat is to do long periods of aerobic exercise. Here’s why that belief is false and why more intense training is the key to fat loss. This article also uncovers other myths about losing body fat.
What does a short workout mean to you? A new study shows it can be VERY short as long as it’s intense. Find out more.