Exercise

Pain in exercise normally arises from both subjective feelings, and also the stimulation of the nervous system. Is virtual reality (VR) an effective means of reducing the perception of pain?
Good training is simply the execution of movement patterns at intentional tempos and a strong grasp on when to progress and regress intensity.
The largest study ever to investigate this question provides considerable information that credibly supports physical activity.
One of the largest cross-sectional studies ever, 1.2 million people in the US, links exercise and mental health.
Depression may impact mortality but research shows that exercise proves a useful antidote.
Our biological needs include more than proper nutrition and exercise.
We've all heard the saying, "Too much of a good thing can be bad for you." Yes, that includes exercise.
By making some intelligent changes to the way we think about our training, we can keep training until a ripe, old age.
Common sense is making a comeback. Discredited findings, diet nazis, and the fact that no two people feel the same way about the same eating regimen: a new study puts fat back where it belongs.
For many of us, there is simply no time during the work week to hit the gym...But don't let that discourage you...Being a weekend warrior, someone who works out mostly on the weekends is almost...
When the worms were fed a diet high in sugar and fats...instinct built into every animal on the planet, including humans, directs malnourished animals to roam more to seek out quality food...
A new study shows that regular exercise does make a difference to sperm quality by all measures.
Researchers have discovered energy production in muscles is a function of the quality of the mitochondria that power the cells.
Creating a plan and anticipating challenges can help you navigate the path toward success.
Natural selection applies to humans too, so make sure you are making healthy choices.
You can make excuse after excuse about why you aren't being active, or you can simply find a way to make it work.
A study shows that hydraulic resistance training can provide the most bang-for-your-buck caloric expediture during an exercise session.