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aerobic exercise

Exercise and health isn't just about what you do, it's about what's behind your motivation. Do what works.
When it comes to aerobic exercise, believing isn't enough. You have to do the work.
A new study reviewed the research to find the best ways to lose weight and keep it off.
A new study underlined need for acid buffering capacity and tolerance of acidosis in elite boxers.
Most of us will benefit far more from learning how the pros got to where they are, rather than what they do now.
You’ll be amazed at the difference this approach can make. You’ll be strong, fit, and recover from hard sessions almost instantly.
A new study examined the effects of strength training and cardio on metabolic disorder risk.
Fitness is not only good for children’s bodies, but also for their minds. A recent study suggest that there is a cognitive benefit to at least a base level of fitness.
A new study shows you don't really need fancy lab equipment to measure aerobic fitness and increase your competitive edge. All you need is a simple marker called critical velocity.
The debate about strength and cardio rages on. This time, researchers wondered how adding a few bike sprints into a workout routine would affect strength and power.
It's common to hear coaches say the best way to get conditioned for a sport is to play that sport. New science proves that idea false and shows a need for structured training.
New research busts the myth that aerobic exercise is counterproductive to strength and hypertrophy. That's right, aerobic exercise may actually HELP you gain strength and hypertrophy.
Anaerobic training. You may have heard the phrase, but do you know what it is and why you should consider doing it? Let's look at this hated, but beneficial training mode.
Cardio first, then strength training? Or strength, then cardio? Which is best? You've probably hear the bro-science, now let's take a look at what the real researchers discovered about our hormones.
Want to work on your cardio, but can't bear the thought of getting on an elliptical machine in public? Here are three ways to get cardio and still look cool. Well, sweaty and crushed, but cool.
We've all felt it - that horrible soreness after a hard workout. DOMS, or delayed onset muscle soreness, is the bane of athletes. Science looks at whether aerobic activity during recovery is any help.
What one factor determined the risk amongst fire fighters when it came to cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome? Aerobic fitness. Cardiovascular fitness can help you live longer. It's a fact.
The desire to lose belly fat is a popular one for aesthetic reasons, but loss of belly fat is imperative for many on a medical level.