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  • Date: 17 Nov 2020 - 12:48
  • Date: 11 Nov 2020 - 11:04
    A basic program of lunges, lifts, squats and crunches eased anxiety levels in healthy young men and women.  
  • Date: 06 Nov 2020 - 11:11
  • Date: 05 Nov 2020 - 15:32
    Upgrading your bike might seem like an easy way to get faster—but you can save some money, and get more satisfaction, from upgrading your body instead.
  • Date: 30 Oct 2020 - 11:38
    We’ve all experienced it: that initial burst of progress any time we’re starting something new, then, what seems like a lifetime of being stuck at the same level.  Plateaus happen to everyone. No matter what level you’re starting at, you will experience a plateau at some point. While plateaus are never fun, they’re a normal, albeit frustrating, part of getting better at anything. When you reach a plateau, it’s helpful to acknowledge it, then reevaluate where you are in your journey.
  • Date: 19 Sep 2020 - 12:05
  • Date: 24 Aug 2020 - 09:47
    Over the last few decades, girls' interest and participation in sports has exploded. As interest has grown, so has competitiveness. With scholarships to earn, championships to win and records to break, things like irregular cycles and missing periods get pushed to the back burner. After all, getting pregnant is the last thing on the minds of most high school and collegiate athletes. So why does menstrual health matter for them now? The reality is hormonal health plays a huge role in the overall health and performance of women in sports. It can affect both performance today and for the rest of their lives.
  • Date: 13 Aug 2020 - 11:20
  • Date: 03 Aug 2020 - 10:56
    Uncertainty is a part of our lives at any moment, but when it comes to 2020, so far it may be the defining trend of the year. Given what life keeps throwing our way individually and as a collective society, chances are you have been exposed to the advice to “embrace uncertainty.” Psychotherapists say that embracing uncertainty can help you constructively cope when things seem unpredictable, allowing you to move forward rather than drowning in anxiety.
  • Date: 20 Jul 2020 - 16:06
    There’s no better feeling than that which comes after a good, exhausting workout. But how do you know if your workout was actually effective in keeping you on the path towards achieving your goals? In order to see the big picture, we must gauge the effectiveness of our fitness regime in the long term.
  • Date: 03 Jul 2020 - 09:34
    It’s been suggested that prolonged and vigorous exercise weakens (or suppresses) our immune system and increases susceptibility to ‘opportunistic’ infection. Certainly, this was the conclusion that researchers were drawing from studies in the 1980s and 1990s.
  • Date: 29 Jun 2020 - 10:59
    The carbohydrate has a well-earned place in post-workout nutrition. It's easy to view sugar as a nutritional villain, but people should think twice before cutting all carbs out of their diets. “We shouldn't make one food or nutrient a scapegoat for all of our health problems,” says Melina Jampolis,MD, author of The Doctor on Demand Diet. “Nutrition is not all or nothing.”
  • Date: 28 Jun 2020 - 22:10
    There are certain important signals your body may be sending you that you shouldn’t ignore. Whether you’re new to fitness or are an experienced athlete, listening to your body is an absolute must. Here are six things you should pay attention to:
  • Date: 22 Jun 2020 - 10:10
    As local social distancing regulations begin to loosen, many people are heading back outside—here’s how you can make a healthy transition without falling right into injuries or illnesses.
  • Date: 18 Jun 2020 - 14:11
    Here’s the simple truth on a somewhat taboo subject, running on your period is possible. Training is achievable during periods – though, to be honest – it can be less than enjoyable. Here are some simple tips to help you train every day of the month.
  • Date: 20 Mar 2020 - 10:32
    Our mind is a powerful thing. It can be a force for great and amazing feats, or it can drive us to despair. Herb Benson, MD, in his book The Breakout Principle discusses two scenarios that cause stress:
  • Date: 12 Feb 2020 - 12:13
    We’ve all done it: made a big, far-reaching goal that’s exciting, challenging, and even a little scary. You start out strong with big aspirations. You may even tell a few friends or family members. And while the initial push goes well, before long, you start to struggle. Life starts to get in the way. One missed workout turns into two. The deadline to sign up for that race you were so excited about comes and goes.
  • Date: 07 Feb 2020 - 07:36
    Race walkers on a low-carbohydrate, high-fat ketogenic diet showed early signs indicative of bone loss. A low-carbohydrate, high-fat ketogenic diet could alter bone health in athletes, according to a thought-provoking new study of elite race walkers and their skeletons. The study, one of the first to track athletes during several weeks of intense training, finds that those following a ketogenic diet developed early signs indicative of bone loss.
  • Date: 01 Feb 2020 - 09:53
    Human beings are the only species that make a conscious decision to miss out on sleep because we don’t see it as being a productive use of our time. If something has to be sacrificed in our hectic lives, it tends to be a good night’s sleep. Yet getting the right amount of sleep is fundamentally important for our general wellbeing, our psychological and physiological health and consequently our safety.
  • Date: 30 Jan 2020 - 13:32