Katie Tamone

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Go nuts! A handful a day may help you live longer, docs say

An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but if you want to live longer, a handful of nuts may be a better bet, researchers reported Wednesday.<p>The biggest study yet into whether nuts can add years to your life shows that people who ate nuts every day were 20 percent less likely to die from heart …

Holistic Medicine

3 S's for Stronger Knees

8 years ago, I suffered a knee injury that caused me to radically changed the way I look at my body.<p>When you’re young and healthy, you may take what …

The Ups and Downs of Cortisol: What You Need to Know

Most of us associate too much cortisol with the loss of muscle and gain of more belly fat. Yuck! But too little cortisol leaves us feeling …

Wellness

An Analysis of the Hormonal Response to CrossFit

<b>I love a good study that takes a shot at CrossFit without ever mentioning its name.</b> So is the case with today’s study from the <i>Journal of Strength and</i> …

Exercise

4 Tips to Speed Up Muscle Recovery

Stephanie Smith

Trigger Point Release For Beginners | The Art of Manliness

We can’t all afford a personal masseuse or athletic trainer to regularly rub out the kinks, soreness, and tight spots in our muscles. But there is a …

How Sleep Deprivation Affects Athletic Performance

<b>Being sleep deprived for competition is probably the average state for most of us.</b> Last minute travel, jet lag, unfavorable sleeping conditions, and …

Sleep

10 Methods to Prevent and Treat Shoulder Injuries

Many athletes deal with shoulder pain at one point or another. But how do you minimize the chances of this happening to you? And what is the best …

Pain

Many of us know all too well that low-back pain can be caused by training. The culprit exercises include barbell rows, T-bar rows, squats, deadlifts, seated cable rows, leg raises, Roman-chair situps and seated twists. The source of the pain can be the disks, facet joints or even a muscle strain, ligamentous sprain or tendinitis. […]

Many of us know all too well that low-back pain can be caused by training. The culprit exercises include barbell rows, T-bar rows, squats, deadlifts, …

Civil Rights and the 1950s: Crash Course US History #39