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Does your training routine really need to be that complicated?

Date:  August 5, 2014

Source:  Canadian Science Publishing (NRC Research Press)


Researchers investigated the value of the Pre-Exhaustion training method and found that that the various arrangements of different exercise protocols is of less relevance than simply performing resistance training exercises with a high intensity of effort within any protocol. 33 more words

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A habit you should change immediately!

Reduce Stress with Exercise, Not Booze.

On a regular basis, your stress meter’s moving at an alarming speed. Reasons? Too many. Maybe you’re anxious about giving a sales presentation tomorrow, or your office bud just got laid off and anyone can be next, maybe personal relationship is not going the way it should, maybe the mortgage-monster is lurking. 609 more words


4 Hidden Benefits of Exercise

Hey Doc…I’m Clueless! Why is exercise such a big deal? I just don’t see the benefit.

Great question! Most folks don’t get super excited about the thought of exercising; consequently, we put it off, or don’t get around to it at all. 578 more words


Crossfit For Kids

If you’ve been online or outside a barn, you’ve heard of Crossfit. You’ve heard of the extreme fitness program that has gathered somewhat of a cult gathering. 196 more words

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Give Yourself A Natural Butt Lift

There are plenty of battles to try to get around the problems associated with getting fit. Your butt is sagging, you have too much belly fat, the list goes on. 254 more words

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How Much Does Sitting Negate Your Workout Benefits? | Runner's World

Study: Each hour of sitting erases 8% from the health benefit of an hour of running.

By Amby Burfoot

Published July 14, 2014

Runners have always known that more is better (within reason). 83 more words

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Exercise is the best medicine, study shows

Date:   July 11, 2014
Source:   Queensland University of Technology

Women would benefit from being prescribed exercise as medicine, according to a study that revealed moderate to high intensity activity is essential to reducing the risk of death in older women. 44 more words

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