Kettlebells and Yoga - Creative. Fun. Fitness Flows.

fatigue

We need change the misconceptions in training and acknowledge the fact that the cookie cutter approach to fitness doesn’t work.
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 the health problems begin long before you ever receive your diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Insulin resistance, even in its early stages, can lead to a wide range of problems.
It may be worthwhile screening women, including women training as elite athletes, for iron deficiency.
Fluid Flexibility - Go Deeper. Master Your Body.
Carbohydrates have gotten a pretty bad reputation in the last few years...all but eliminating carbs...Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator himself, made post-workout carb consumption...
Since the FDA recommends finding alternative treatment and management methods to alleviate the muscular pain and stiffness caused by fibromyalgia isn't it worth giving yoga a try?
Rhabdomyolysis doesn't have to happen, and understanding the condition is the first step to preventing it.
Managing intensity and fatigue is the key to a well-rounded program.
Factor in fatigue when calculating your starting weight for a strength program.
A study of three average CrossFitters revels the mental and physical toll of training for the CrossFit Open.
We preach about focus and determination during training, but sometimes letting your mind wander can bring the best results.
In a competition, it is often the psychological stress that will defeat you, not strength.
Being able to push through that last bit of a workout and having decreased recovery time are useful to all athletes.
A new study suggests jumping and fatigue don't mix, and may even increase the risk of injury.
Knowing when an athlete has reached his or her limit is a key element of coaching. A new study examined the best ways to determine fatigue in baseball pitchers.
You've probably heard it said that fatiguing your muscles helps them grow by recruiting more muscle fibers. A new study questioned this concept, with interesting results.
Fibromyalgia is a muscular disorder. It’s important for coaches to understand what it is and the symptoms it can bring in a person with the condition.