Trainers & Coaches
4 Common Foot Injuries That Plague Athletes
Here are some of the most common overuse foot conditions that you might come across. And some appropriate ways to manage the dysfunction.
Obesity, Appetite, and the PYY Hormone
New research has uncovered more effective strategies to combat the escalating obesity epidemic.
Sleep Debt Accumulates Quickly
Even a small sleep debt requires a surprisingly large payback.
All About Rhabdo
Rhabdomyolysis doesn't have to happen, and understanding the condition is the first step to preventing it.
Your Muscles Work Better At Certain Times of Day
Your circadian clock determines the best time of day for you to workout.
Breaking Muscle HQ
3 Health Hacks From Your Bathroom
Improving your quality of life doesn't happen just in the gym and the kitchen.
Ideal Body Weight: Is There Such a Thing?
Lean and fat mass change together, making the whole process more complicated.
Pain Is Not a Life Sentence
All too often acute pains become chronic, and we start to identify with our pain.
Winterize Your Brain with Vitamin D
If your brain does not work optimally, you do not work optimally.
Why Non-Contact ACL Injuries Should Never Happen
It is time that you, the athlete, get a dose of reality so you can prevent a major injury.
Inside-Out-Health Before Fitness
If you want to get fit, don't just jump in. First deal with your inner self and any nagging health issues.
Study Tests Common Ingredient in Weight Loss Pills
New research has analysed the effect of a popular thermogenic aid on the burning of body fat during exercise.
The Case Against Antioxidants
Existing research provides evidence that a diet high in antioxidants can cause harm to health levels, rather than boost them.
President’s “#0to60” Initiative Goes Nowhere
The latest effort by the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition is on the fast track to nowhere.
The Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on Muscle Strength
A new study suggests when it comes to supplementing with vitamin D, the source makes all the difference.
Diastasis Recti and the Athlete
Athletic people with ripped abs are just as prone to diastasis recti as sedentary people.
How Fit Is Your City?
How do you spark motivation on the community level?
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