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Social Media Fire: Gyms and Butt Pics
Recently a CrossFit affiliate was called out for posting pictures of its female members on social media and you can probably guess why. Have things gone too far on social media?
The Ultimate Guide to Muscle Gain and Hypertrophy
So you want big muscles. Where do we start? We'll start with some of the ways that muscles grow through strength training and progressive resistance exercise.
Analyzing High Versus Low-Load Resistance Training Methodologies
High-load resistance training has always been linked to greater muscular power and strength, while low-load training can lead to greater muscular endurance.
HIIT: Work Through the Pain to Reach Euphoria
While intense exercise helps release endorphins that can do wonders to alleviate physical and emotional stress, first, you've got to work through the pain.
Just Follow the Protocols for Exercising During Pregnancy
It should go without saying but every pregnancy is different. That's why you need a plan and it should include workouts that are specific to you.
Science Thinks Sugar Makes You Sad
The data in this new study proved that there is a direct connection between high sugar intake from sweet foods/beverages and mental/psychological health problems.
The Older You Get the More Protein to Stave off Muscle Loss
Age-related muscle mass decrease, also known as sarcopenia, is one of the greatest contributors to aging.
Overcoming Adaptive Thermogenesis for More Efficient Weight Loss
In a study of obese men, intermittent dieting was found to reduce compensatory metabolic responses and improve weight loss efficiency.
Is Social Media Culture Breeding Intelligence Ignorance?
There is so much information on every aspect of fitness at our fingertips but that may not mean much if it doesn't get through.
Are Feelings of Hunger and Satiety Physiological or Learned?
Well, the truth is that learned behaviors exist among all animals, including those of us that walk upright on two legs.
With Wearable Tech, the Purpose Determines the Placement
Wearable technology is all the rage these days. One scientist took a closer look at wearable tech from a unique angle: where to wear the tech, rather than what sort of tech to wear.
Take More Steps to Fight Middle Age Spread
The term middle age spread refers to the amount of weight gained by men and women once they hit the big 4-0.
Hedonic Hunger and Why Beer Makes You Feel Good
Certain food stimuli drive people to eat and drink purely for pleasure leading to overconsumption and the problems that come with it. Researchers identify one such component in beer.
Does Wearing Compression Garments Overnight Speed Up Recovery?
This study aimed to investigate the effects of wearing a compression garment during night sleep on muscle fatigue recovery after high-intensity eccentric and concentric knee extensor exercises.
The Relation Between Biomechanical Stiffness and Feeling Stiff
Low back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work and is the single leading cause of disability around the world. Roughly 50% of working Americans experience back pain.
Failure Sucks, But Getting Emotional Is Good
It's tough to start all over again and pull yourself up from the dirt to keep at it. For many people, it's just too hard to try again if it means you'll fail.
Oxygen Deprivation Does a Cell Good
Just as altitude training increases endurance in humans, so putting killer T cells through a ‘fitness regimen’ apparently toughens them up.
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