Joshua Wortman

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While we all know yoga can make you more flexible, new research shows Bikram yoga can increase your deadlift as well.
Which method is best for gaining strength and building hypertrophy - linear or nonlinear periodization? New research examines 20 men and 4 lifts over the course of 12 weeks to determine the answer.
Contrary to popular belief isolation exercises might not be the best way to target individual core muscles. Science says "integration" core exercises work best.
New research examines the relationship between exercise-induced muscle soreness and blueberries. Science says blueberries can help you recover faster after your workouts. Find out how!
BCAAs are known for their muscle sparing and building properties, but a recent study done in the UK showed that BCAAs can also curb muscle soreness associated with exercise.
There is no doubt that caffeine plays a role in increasing performance, but just how much does it really help? Recent research looked at different dosages and the scientifically measured benefits.
New research shows osteoporosis doesn't just affect women - it affects men, as well - and one of the best ways to combat it is with load-bearing sports starting from a young age.
Next time you are eating you may want to give the pepper a few more shakes. A recent study shows the main substance in black pepper, known as piperine, can stop the formation of new fat cells.
The fitness world is pretty hip to the use of protein, but researchers have found new and surprising uses for the protein lactoferrin. Increasing oxygen? Boosting the immune system?
Keep hearing mention of adrenal fatigue? Are you concerned due to your workouts and other stresses that you might have it? Find out what it is, how to identify it, and how to treat it.
Leptin is quite possibly the most important hormone you have never heard about. If your leptin levels are not in check, then you will never acquire the leanness of which you are capable.
Whether you are relatively new to the fitness scene, or a seasoned powerlifter or bodybuilder, odds are that you have heard of creatine. What is it? How does it work? Should you use it?