Joshua Wortman

Joshua Wortman

 

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You might notice you feel better while you workout. Maybe your headache goes away or some other type of nerve pain. New research examines how exercise can alleviate pain.
New research shows a training method known as 10-20-30 results in faster running with less training time. Improve performance despite your busy schedule.
Many lifelong athletes eventually suffer from osteoarthritis, but most of us don't want to deal with medication side effects. Now science says we might just need to drink some tart cherry juice.
Rhodiola rosea has long been used as a mood enhancer, but now it turns out it may enhance performance, as well. A new study examined the plant and its effects on cyclists.
You see a lot of people wearing compression gear, for both recovery and performance reasons...but does it work? New research shows the gear does indeed have an impact on performance.
Athletes seem to be able to endure great amounts of pain. But do they have an actual physical difference? Do they have a naturally higher pain tolerance? Science takes a look.
Acupuncture has been part of Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries, but now Western science is looking into how and if it works. New research shows it can help prevent muscle atrophy.
Everybody has heard of creatine, but do you know specifically what it does in the body? New research shows how just seven days of creatine supplementation can increase your power.
Any serious athlete swears by the recovery properties of foam rolling. But what does the research say? Does foam rolling really DO anything? Read on to find out what science says about foam rolling.
Proper recovery from training is vital to any competitive or focused athlete. New research into electrical myostimulation shows it can help recover work capacity and muscle function.
Aside from brain damage and neck injury, traumatic brain injury can also affect a person's ability to learn, remember, balance, and coordinate. New research looks at brain injury and learning ability.
Hypertension currently affects many Americans, and many of us cannot help what our genetics have destined for us. New research shows being active can greatly reduce your risk, however.