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Play and laughter has been shown to have numerous benefits for training.
Believing you can improve is one thing but doing something about it is a different beast.
New research has found individuals with more muscle mass do not need relatively more protein after resistance training.
The power of your goals should never be diminished by other people's standards.
If we're not careful, the skill of developing well-crafted speed, agility, and change of direction programmes is going to become a lost art.
What exactly are those circular bruises on so many athletes’ bodies?
The coverage of Toomey's performance in the 58kg division was published earlier today.
New research indicates injuries could be predicted ahead of time in future.
I call out all the fitness specialists who would have you believe they can prevent sport and training-related injury.
The headsets in question claim to send pulses of energy to prime the athlete's brain and increase overall performance.
New research has analysed the effect of a popular thermogenic aid on the burning of body fat during exercise.
Existing research provides evidence that a diet high in antioxidants can cause harm to health levels, rather than boost them.
Should athletes outside of the allegations be allowed to compete in Rio?
Upping your protein intake is proven to help weight loss. Here's some golden rules to follow when using powder supplements.
You know these. I know you know these. So start doing them.
The effectiveness of the ketogenic diet lies in how satiating fat is.
A new study suggests when it comes to supplementing with vitamin D, the source makes all the difference.