Katherine Derbyshire

Katherine Derbyshire

 

 

 

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It's an age-old debate: will endurance work kill your strength gains? A new study sheds light on the answer.
Valuing your personal appearance can help motivate healthier diet and exercise choices but there is a fine line to tread between body image and weight loss.
New technology can help give type 1 diabetics the freedom that non-diabetics take for granted.
If exercise can help astronauts and Antarctic winter crews, it can probably help you, too.
Hydration is critical for most sports - but how do you determine what's best for you?
When it comes to aerobic exercise, believing isn't enough. You have to do the work.
What is the best balance between technical training and conditioning? To what extent do judo-specific exercises also develop fitness? What rest and recovery requirements does judo training impose?
Surprising research shows longer races might be safer and less damaging to athletes.
I’m currently preparing for my third-degree black belt in aikido. A lot of people might not know what aikido is or what makes it different. This article is an attempt to answer that question.
Being big is not necessarily unhealthy. But studies of retired NFL linemen have found they are 52% more likely to develop cardiovascular disease than comparable members of the general public.
How does participation in college athletics affect body composition in women? A recent study compared body composition in collegiate female athletes across five different sports.
Ann Maria De Mars is a world-class judo champion, but she prefers to talk about her middle school students. Hear what both De Mars and her Olympic gold medal winning student Kayla say about judo.