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Study: Consuming Caffeine Before The Gym Can Lead To A More Enjoyable Workout

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Does a cup of coffee before a workout jolt your athletic performance?

According to a new scientific study, caffeine affects physiology, mood, alertness and even appetite, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported Thursday. 348 more words


Glycerol Loading for Hyperhydration (Unedited) Part 1 of "Nutrition for extreme conditions"

Hyper-hydrating with Glycerol for Extreme Heat or Cold

First part of our “Nutrition for extreme adaption series”

We briefly discuss the following peer reviewed research on Glycerol loading. 173 more words

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Iron and vitamins improve physical fitness in adolescents

Bethesda, Md. (Aug. 8, 2012)—Adolescence is an important time not only for growing but for acquiring healthy habits that will last a lifetime, such as choosing foods rich in vitamins and minerals, and adopting a regular exercise regimen. 589 more words

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5 Reasons to Drink Coffee Before Your Workout

Half of Americans start their day with coffee, and according to recent study, working out after downing a cup of java may offer a weight loss advantage. 783 more words

Brief, high-intensity workouts show promise in helping diabetics lower blood sugar: Study

17 DEC 2011

Researchers at McMaster University have found that brief high intensity workouts, as little as six sessions over two weeks, rapidly lower blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetics, offering a potential fix for patients who struggle to meet exercise guidelines. 365 more words

Behavior Modification

Beetroot juice could help people live more active lives

Public release date: 17-Dec-2010

– found it enables people to exercise for up to 16% longer

New research into the health benefits of beetroot juice suggests it’s not only athletes who can benefit from its performance enhancing properties – its physiological effects could help the elderly or people with heart or lung-conditions enjoy more active lives. 483 more words

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New study: Human running speeds of 35 to 40 mph may be biologically possible

Public release date: 21-Jan-2010

New evidence identifies critical variable imposing biological limit to running speed

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt’s record-setting performances have unleashed a wave of interest in the ultimate limits to human running speed. 714 more words

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