Jeff Barnett

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We all know caffeine provides an energy boost, but a new study reveals yet another perk you get from your cup of joe: decreased muscle soreness.
A research review found 95% of kids under age 3 look at screens for an average of 2 hours a day, and also revealed a correlation between obesity and screen time.
Imagine having the ability to improve your performance by 6%. A new study suggests you can do it easily by finding a good coach.
Eating gluten-free is a necessity for people with celiac disease, but can it also benefit the rest of the population? Two recent studies suggest yes, it can.
Sun exposure is one way to get vitamin D, but is it the best way? A new study suggests you might need to supplement even if you spend a lot of time outdoors in natural sunlight.
Battling ropes might look cool and hardcore, but will they really give you an effective workout? A new study suggests they're not just another fitness fad.
Do you ever exercise for one, two, or even three hours at a time? If so, a recent study suggests you can benefit from drinking carbohydrate while you exercise.
Trying to get those double unders, but not making much progress? A new study suggests the best way to master them is to stop drilling the singles.
If you're not seeing gains from your training program, you might just need to amp up the volume a bit. Here's what a recent study found out about increasing training volume.
A lot of energy drinks claim to contain magic ingredients that boost performance.Do they really work? A recent study suggests the only real magic bullet is caffeine.
People talk a lot about how technology impacts fitness and overall health. A recent study explored whether frequent cell phone users are less fit than casual users.
An 8-minute, no-equipment workout that actually works - sound like a gimmick? Researchers reviewed the literature on bodyweight exercise and came up with this new circuit.