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Scientists think they've discovered a fourth type of fuel for humans — beyond carbs, fat, and protein

The nutrition label on a shot-size bottle of this clear, odorless liquid defies traditional explanation. It contains 120 calories — roughly the equivalent of a hearty slice of bread — yet it has no fat, no protein, and no carbohydrates.<p>Those calories instead come from ketones, an ingredient that …

Nutrition

Swimming Specific Yoga Launches Online Classes and Courses

The online classes and information on the website will assist swimmers of all levels to develop physical and mental characteristics that lead to …

Swimming

Rotation Training for Athletes & Lifters

The 7th Functional Movement Pattern<p>The 7th Movement Pattern<p>Rotation is actually NOT one of the 6 foundational movement patterns (squat, hinge, lunge, …

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Low Back Pain: A Guide for Coaches and Athletes on Anatomy, Types, and Treatment

When I practiced massage therapy, clients frequently came to me seeking treatment for lower back pain. Now, as a coach, I see that coaches will …

Pain

Can Wearing a Mask Really Make You a Better Athlete?

You may have noticed an increasing amount of professional athletes using odd masks when they’re working out or warming up — most notably former …

4 Muscle-Building Supplements That Don't Work

Supplement companies are like meteorologists. If what they say is true about half the time, nobody makes a fuss. But if you're a regular consumer of …

Nutrition

9 Stretch Cord Exercises To Improve Swim Strength And Technique

1 of {count}Back to Start• View Larger Image.ScullStretch cords are a versatile, underrated tool to use for developing strength and technique in the …

Swimming

The 5 Best Cardio Workouts That Don’t Involve Running

Sure, running is a great workout to have as a part of your cardio repertoire—it’s not only a great way to get fitter, but it improves your mental …

3 Foam-Rolling Mistakes You Might Be Making

The foam roller can be your best friend after a tough workout -- unless you're doing it wrong.<p>Video of the Day<p>If you haven’t tried foam rolling, it’s …

15 Women Who Have Won Science Nobel Prizes Since Marie Curie

Madame Marie Curie famously snagged two Nobel Prizes—for Physics in 1903 with husband Pierre and Henri Becquerel, and again in 1911 for Chemistry …

Women in Science

The Symbolism Of The World's Most Expensive Home

Mumbai has many architectural symbols that mark its rich history. There are historical religious temples and mosques. There are Portuguese buildings churches from the 16th century from that country’s period of colonization. There are many British colonial buildings from the 19th and early 20th …

India

100 Ways to Protect Your Heart

<b>Grill a Steak</b><br>You may think it's bad for your heart, but you'd be wrong. Beef contains immunity-boosting selenium as well as homocysteine-lowering B vitamins. And up to 50 percent of the fat is the heart-healthy monounsaturated variety.<p><b>Watch a Scary Movie</b><br>Anything that causes your heart to …

What Alan Turing Teaches us about Problem Solving

Occasionally the mind needs to wander, be allowed to stray from the familiar pasture and seek answers that are found where they are not exp...

Why Teens Are Impulsive, Addiction-Prone And Should Protect Their Brains

Teens can't control impulses and make rapid, smart decisions like adults can — but why?<p>Research into how the human brain develops helps explain. In a teenager, the frontal lobe of the brain, which controls decision-making, is built but not fully insulated — so signals move slowly.<p>"Teenagers are not …

The Brain