Fitness

Researchers have found that individual reactions to bread can be determined by examining gut bacteria and for some people, white bread is better than whole wheat.
Ulcerative colitis is one of the more common gastrointestinal disorders, but even though doctors aren't certain what causes it, the disease can be managed.
If you struggle with your shoulders during exercises where your hand is fixed, redirect your attention to your hand and wrist mobility.
Traveling for vacation or work does not mean you have to regress because of bad nutrition or missed workouts.
This discovery leads us one step closer to understanding tiredness and how the brain signals to the body that it's time to sleep.
But what do you do if you spend most of your mealtimes alone? Would you believe eating in front of a mirror can elevate your mood?
I’m all about habits to drive positive momentum, so why not designate that last 30-60 minutes of your evening to some great books.
Bill and James Grundler talk about competing as brothers, breakthrough performances, and the intelligent aging athlete.
Knee pain can be a common complaint among all athletes. Younger athletes with knee pain may actually be suffering from Osgood-Schlatter Syndrome.
Genetic potential, mobility and strength goals help decide which squat is best for your program.
Being an athlete may not be what you expect it to be, but you'll love what it brings you anyway.
What matters in life is to leave an enduring legacy that improves those who will follow.
Stress isn’t an enemy, it’s a teacher, albeit a fairly strict one.
A new study finds women who drink diet soda while pregnant raise their child's obesity risk in addition to their own.
Don't believe the hype. Hang cleans are hard, but they ain't THAT hard. Anyone can learn to do a decent hang clean - Anyone. And you only need to know three steps to do it!
Simply asking yourself “How strong is strong enough?” brings an awareness to your training that most athletes will never reach.
Testicular cancer is a type of cancer that strikes the young; according to the NIH, it's most common among men between the ages of 15 and 34.