Trainers & Coaches
Train for Uncertainty: It's Guaranteed
We tend to fall into routines, then get rocked when our expected reality is altered. How can we be more ready?
A Link Between Hypoxia and Muscle Regeneration
Creating a low-oxygen environment could lead to repair not only of heart muscle, but of other organs as well.
Science's Answer to Burning Fat Without Crash Diets
Researchers have found a potentially effective new method of promoting weight loss. And no, not the sort of weight loss attained through crash diets.
What Every Rower Dreams of This Holiday
Looking for gifts for the rower on your list? Here are eight ideas that are sure to bring some cheer.
The Fertility Value of Moderate Exercise
A new study shows that regular exercise does make a difference to sperm quality by all measures.
A New Protein to Cure Obesity and Diabetes
Could the potential cure for diabetes and obesity be as simple as protein?
There is No True Athlete
The question of the best athlete in the world is more complicated than medal counts.
A Systematic Approach to End Chronic Back Pain
There isn't a magic bullet or yoga pose that will fix your lower back, but there is a method to find what will work for you.
What Makes Thin People Prone to Diabetes?
Accumulation of a toxic class of fat metabolites, known as ceramides, may make people more prone to type 2 diabetes.
Words From on High: More Movement Needed
The ADA has released new guidelines. More activity can improve glucose control and encourage weight loss.
Strong Gift Ideas for Strongwoman
Find the ideal gift for the strongwoman in your life just became all that much simpler.
Digestive Health: Starved Microbes Can Feed Off Your Gut
Making sure you get enough fiber is no joke.
A Woman's Journey Through Fitness
Sophia McDermott Drysdale is a black belt in Jiu Jitsu and a physique competitor. She is also someone who has had to reshape her journey through fitness with changing circumstances.
Science Debunks the Jolly Fat Man Myth
Maybe Santa is jolly, and a little corpulent, but research seems to indicate that big people are not happier.
Good Early Life Nutrition Means Better Cognitive Function
Eating right may be the key to preventing impaired cognitive development.
Lifting Heavier Isn't Always Better
Low-volume, high-weight resistance training is the accepted "norm" for building strength, but that may not be the case.
Maximum Effort: Fixed Versus Growth Mindsets
Whether you grow to reach your potential depends entirely on the effort you are willing to invest.
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