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?
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.
High-intensity interval training has a multitude of health benefits. Can it even slow down aging at the cellular level? Here’s what new 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.
If you remember anything from cell biology, you might know that mitochondria are energy-producing structures inside cells, but there’s evidence that they also play a role in aging and the risk of developing age-related diseases such as type 2-diabetes. Here’s the good news. Exercise helps keep mitochondria healthy and more resistant to damage. Find out […]
Exercise has benefits at every age, but a new study shows older people may not respond in the same way to exercise. Find out how younger people and older people differ in their response to aerobic exercise at the cellular level.
Are you lifting weights to build muscle definition and not getting the results you’re looking for? Here are five possible reasons why you’re not getting enough return on your weight training efforts.
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.
High-intensity interval training, or HIIT, is a fast and effective way to work out and improve the health of your heart at the same. Now, new research shows high-intensity exercise may have another benefit – it may slow down brain aging.