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Structuring Workouts for Maximum Gains: Concurrent Periodization

Unless you’re strictly a powerlifter, bodybuilder, or endurance athlete, you likely want to make gains in all of the following domains: strength, …

What Is PHA Training?

If you are struggling to commit to three cardiovascular (CV) and two resistance training sessions every week, well, so are a many other people. …

Exercise

PHA For Fat Loss - Peripheral Heart Action Training

If the mention of the word fat loss training brings to your mind the word “circuit training”, then you are not alone. Countless magazines, best …

Exercise

Workout Systems: Peripheral Heart Action Training

If achieving maximum muscle power or muscle mass is your goal, Peripheral Heart Action (PHA) training is not for you. There are much better programs …

Workouts

What Your Daily Routine Should Look Like, According to Science

From what you eat in the morning to how often you wash the sheets you sleep in.<p>Wondering if it’s better to workout in the morning or at night? …

3 Stocks That Feel Like Microsoft in 1986

Microsoft created tens of thousands of millionaires after going public. Can these three stocks do the same?<p><b>Microsoft Corporation</b> (NASDAQ:MSFT) has …

The gated globe - World economy

Special report<p>World economyThe gated globe<p>FIVE YEARS AGO George W. Bush gathered the leaders of the largest rich and developing countries in …

Globalization

Models, Rules And High School Dropouts: A Guide To The Economics Nobel

While a few gamblers bet real money on potential Nobel Prize winners, at Planet Money we're content to merely speculate. We're particularly interested in who might win the economics prize, which will be announced Monday morning.<p>The good folks at Thomson Reuters are interested, too. Each year, …

The Economist Who Just Won a Nobel Prize Thinks Owning a Home Is a Terrible Investment

If everyone you know is telling you to buy a house, you should read Robert Shiller's work.<p>Yale economist Robert Shiller won a Nobel prize on Monday (or, rather, a third of one) for his work suggesting that financial markets might not always be quite as efficient as we think, in large part due to …

9 Fascinating Insights From Nobel Prize-Winner Robert Shiller

The new Nobel Prize winner.<p>Congratulations to Robert Shiller, along with Eugene Fama and Lars Peter Hansen, for winning this year's Nobel Prize in …

Gold just had its worst year since 1981

Alas, it seems like gold bugs have given up on the arrival of the long-awaited, Weimar-style hyper-inflation in US.<p>The dawning realization has sent futures prices for the precious metal down a bit more than 28% this year, to just above $1,200 per troy ounce. And that’s made it one of the worst …

Reforming economics: Try the business school | Which MBA? | The Economist

FEW unversity curriculums are as controversial as economics. Since the financial crisis, various student groups all over the world, from the …

University College London

Euro Region Faces Deflation

To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.<p>If you believe that you may have received this message in …

The world’s biggest economic problem

THE world economy is not in good shape. The news from America and Britain has been reasonably positive, but Japan’s economy is struggling and China’s …

Central Banks

When did globalisation start?

“GLOBALISATION” has become the buzzword of the last two decades. The sudden increase in the exchange of knowledge, trade and capital around the …

In 2014, countries are still paying off debt from World War One

It has been 100 years since the start of the First World War, which was fought for four years and claimed the lives of more than 6000 soldiers a day. Countries in Europe began marking the centenary earlier this year and the Tower of London, pictured above, is awash in poppies in beautiful tribute …

Great Depression

The Marlboro of marijuana

“FRESH and fruity, right?” says a bright-eyed young man behind the counter, wafting an open jar of something called “AK-47” under Schumpeter’s nose. …

Cannabis Industry

Europe And Japan Are Still Economic 'Train Wrecks'

<b>Europe And Japan Are Still Complete 'Train Wrecks' (Guggenheim Partners)</b><p>"Japan and Europe remain the train wrecks they were advertised to be. Interestingly, the slowdown in the eurozone is now concentrated at the core rather than on the periphery. As a result, we could soon witness a dramatic shift …

Economists: 'The World Will Soon Be Awash With Oil'

So they're accelerating their forecasts and suggesting the world will "soon be awash with oil," cutting the per-barrel Brent Crude price to just $70 (£44.4) by the end of 2016, four years earlier than they previously anticipated.<p>Here's the basis of their bullish case:<p><b>Less risk from the Middle East.</b> …

Why the US has the most powerful currency on the planet

It must be wonderful to be so desirable at age 100.<p>Yes, it was in late 1914 that the US Federal Reserve note, the official incarnation of the US dollar, first shot from the US Treasury’s Bureau of Printing and Engraving.<p>There’s been little official fanfare. But the dollar itself has spent its …

Why the new ISIS currency is doomed

If history is any guide, the new ISIS plot to create its own currency is destined to fail.<p>That's according to gold and currency expert Axel Merk of Merk Investments in San Francisco.<p>ISIS unveiled its plan for gold, silver and copper coins on Thursday in an effort to distance themselves from the …

Why decriminalising sex work is a good idea

ON AUGUST 11th Amnesty International, a human rights charity, announced its support for decriminalising prostitution between consenting adults. Laws …

Human Rights

A Refresher on Price Elasticity

Setting the right price for your product or service is hard. In fact, determining price is one of the toughest things a marketer has to do, in large part because it has such a big impact on the company’s bottom line. One of the critical elements of pricing is understanding what economists call <i>price</i> …

3 Ways to Become a Stronger, Faster Runner — Today

Running is something we humans have been doing for thousands of years. Our bodies are built for it. But that doesn’t mean you can just hop off your …

8 weight-loss routines to get your body fat under 10%

Now that you’ve made some headway in the gym, you want to start honing in on the details, like dropping your body fat percentage. How hard could it …

Mark Wahlberg’s bulk up workout

All gain, no pain<p>Weightlifters will often say you can’t have one without the other. But, ironically, Mark Wahlberg’s two-month regime to play a …

Workouts

The 2-Minute Workout That Works Your Abs From Every Angle

How strong is your core? Find out with this ultimate ab challenge<p>Ripped abs are reason enough to add some core moves to your routine. But a strong torso can also give you the foundation you need to lift more weight with less risk of injury. "Crunches alone won't get the job done, though," says Todd …

Build Brute Strength Workout

<b>Equipment</b> X<p>Look around. There are countless articles in magazines and online about gaining size and strength. Everyone wants to get strong, and …

Workouts

5 Core Construction Fixes

It’s not just about abs, people. Proper <i>core</i> training improves foundational strength that carries over to every other exercise, decreases low back …

7 minutes in hell: one brutal workout with the Microsoft Band and Basis Peak

A clever group of fitness researchers at the Human Performance Institute designed a circuit training routine that brings exhaustion to most major muscle groups in 7 minutes flat. The published results of the so-called "Scientific 7-minute workout" went viral: now, even the <i>New York Times</i> and the …