resistance training

Since performance is related to how much power you can deliver, the development of force and speed is a good idea.
A lot of studies have examined the role of aerobic exercise in diabetes prevention. The newest research demonstrates resistance exercise can also reduce the risk.
Why does heavy resistance training get better results than riding a bike? This video breaks it down through science.
Weight loss is commonly considered a good thing, but it can be detrimental to bone health. A recent study suggests you need strength training to optimize bone health while trying to lose weight.
This video explains how most women are physiologically unable to build "bulky" muscles and why research shows we ALL should be taking advantage of the metabolic benefits of resistance training.
When designing resistance training programs, we can't ignore physics. Here are 3 laws of training that will simplify your programming and help you become more successful (i.e. stronger).
Which is most important in fat loss - caloric restriction, aerobic conditioning, or resistance training? Is any more important than the other? Can one accomplish fat loss without the others?
New research looks at the relationship between blood sugar levels and resistance exercise following a meal. Can lifting weights help diabetics with their blood sugar management? Science says yes.