Joshua Wortman

Joshua Wortman

 

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We hear a lot about supplements, but here's a new one that actually works to build strength and lean body mass - phosphatidic acid. Here's the latest news on this supplement.
We all know dehydration is bad for you, but did you know it directly impairs both your motor and cognitive abilities? Scientists recently proved this with a group of golf players.
Underwater fitness isn't just for people at the YMCA, it has real application for aging athletes looking to maintain a level of fitness in the face of injury, arthritis, and other physical issues.
I've had people tell me that wearing a weight vest around all day is beneficial. Is it, really? And if so, how? Scientists take a look and determine whether you should wear one while grocery shopping.
There are a lot of crazy fitness trends out there - including standing on a vibrating plate. Does it do anything? New research shows it actually does have a positive effect on muscular performance.
New research indicates that regular weight lifting can reduce your risk of metabolic syndrome by up to 37%. Do you even know the indicators of metabolic syndrome?
Want to help your teenager be a better, healthier athlete? Get them to bed on time. New research shows a direct correlation between injury risk and lack of sleep in adolescent athletes.
Scientists recently took a look at traditional resistance training versus eccentric training and over-speed exercises. They combined them in different ways until they found the best results.
We all know in theory that proper strength and conditioning helps your sport performance, but now researchers have examined this in detail in regards to elite female softball players.
Suffering from high blood pressure? Hit the soccer field! New research says playing soccer a couple hours each week is good for your heart, and specifically for high blood pressure in men.
New research on sprint interval training shows you can burn an extra 200 calories per day by putting in only 2.5 minutes of work. Not having enough time is no longer an excuse.
Are exercise and learning motor skills related? Is it best to learn new motor skills before or after exercise? Research shows exercise helps make new skills stick better in our brains.