Aerobic

Why some people’s bodies store fat more healthily

One little understood paradox in the study of obesity is that overweight people who break down fat at a high rate are less healthy than peers who …

Weight Loss

Study Finds a Pinch of Turmeric Worth an Hour of Exercise

I personally believe that exercise can’t be replaced with anything. However, it seems that a pinch of turmeric has the same effects on heart health …

Health

DeFeet International - Contest #4 $1000 value - Holiday Specials 25% off

DeFeet Contest #4 $1000 value - DeFeet factory tour and 2-Night Stay at Brown Mtn Beach Resort.<p>DeFeet is celebrating a big 25th anniversary! Click …

North Carolina

How quickly do you lose running fitness? – Women's Running UK

When a planned rest day turns into a rest week, a nagging injury keeps you from running or you’re off on holiday, you can expect to feel a bit guilty …

Women's Fitness

Can brain training reduce dementia risk? Despite new research, the jury is still out

There are good reasons to be cautious about a new study claiming computer-based training can reduce the risk of dementia. But what does work?<p>More than 30 million people worldwide live with Alzheimer’s disease, and while researchers are pushing hard to find a cure, their efforts so far have met with …

Dementia

caffeine and performance | nuun

<i>By Vishal Patel,<br>Chief Nutritionist</i><p>One of the most widely consumed beverages in the world is coffee. And if you’re like me, you don’t necessarily …

Triathlons

Having trouble in remembering things? New research explains how you can improve your memory

Exercise is good for the brain: New research suggests that it can improve your memory<p>There are a number of supplements available in the market which …

The Brain

Two Winter Cycling Workouts for Building an Aerobic Base

Winter is the most important phase of training for cyclists; it is pivotal to prepare the body’s aerobic system to build a base to prevent fatigue …

Triathlons

Commit Swimming Set Of The Week: Stroke & IM Descends

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick<p>Welcome to Swimming World’s Set of the Week sponsored by Commit Swimming.com! This week’s set is a longer IM set that is …

Swimming

A greater inherited capacity for fitness may lower the risk of breast cancer

When energy and nutrient availability is high, a network of sensors promotes cell’s ability to proliferate. Excessive cell division is a hallmark of …

Cancer

Earn Your Breakthrough in the Off-Season

The off-season is an opportunity. Capture it.<p>It’s easy to think of the winter off-season as a time to sit next to a fire with a frothy cup of hot …

Triathlons

Exercise Linked to Improved Brain Connectivity in MS

PARIS — Further evidence that exercise may play a positive role in multiple sclerosis (MS) has come from a novel study of brain network connectivity.

Neuroscience

Strength Training Can Add Years to Your Life

Researchers from the University of Sydney studied the association between strength training (using both gym machines and bodyweight) and death rates of all causes (cancer, heart disease, etc.) by using data from the Health Survey for England and the Scottish Health survey between 1994 and 2008. In …

Exercise

Plagued by swelling, aches, and pains? Here's how endurance exercise can help.

Angry, inflamed muscles can be a constant battle for athletes of all levels. And finding ways to alleviate the discomfort is almost as much of a pain.<p>…

Exercise

This Type of Exercise Can Make Your Brain Healthier

TIME Health<p>For more, visit TIME Health.<p>Working out is good for you in more ways than we can count, but a new study may have uncovered a new perk for …

The Brain

What Is Aerobic Exercise—and How Much Do You Need? | The Thirty

For many of us, the term “aerobic exercise” may conjure up images of neon leotards, retro sweatbands, and endless spandex. And while there’s no need …

Exercise

There are major health benefits to adding traditional cardio to your workouts

There are moments of incompetence that stand out in everyone's life. Whether personal or professional, these failings often serve as a stern slap in the face that redirects your attention toward the neglected aspects of your development. I experienced such a moment last month when, after casually …

Exercise

Brisk walking may help older women live longer

Older women who engage in moderate to vigorous physical activity — such as often taking brisk walks — may be adding years to their lives when …

Research

How to: Boost your memory, maintain brain health

As we age, we all have episodes of forgetfulness. We forget where we put our keys, where we parked the car or why we walked into a room.<p>These …

The Brain

Mum does Prama: in search of the perfect workout ... with my kids in tow

What is the most efficient way for parents to exercise? With children aged four and six, a dog, a husband, and a full-time job, it's a question I frequently ask myself. Should I train for a marathon? Join a gym? Take weights classes at work, where I run the risk of having to make small talk with my …

British Humour

Harvard Epidemiologists' Rx: Moderate-to-Vigorous Exercise

Source: Viktoria Gavrilina/ShutterstockOn Nov. 6, 2017, researchers from the Harvard University School of Public Health reported in the journal</i> …

Longevity

[LISTEN] Have You Ever Seen The Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS? - Sheep

Have You Ever Seen The Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS? continue to live up to their eclectic name and vibe with the release of their new song, “Sheep.”<p>The …

Indie Music

New study says push-ups and sit-ups are tied to a longer life

You probably do your best to work out when you can, but life has a funny way of interfering with your ability to log some serious time at the gym. …

Exercise

HealthWatch: Effects Of Sugary Drinks, The Importance Of Strength Training

BOSTON (CBS) – There’s no question that drinking a lot of soda is bad for your health but what if you only do it once in a while?<p>A new review of 36 …

Determine

What's the Deal with Training Loads? Discover Your Body's Secret Language

There isn’t one specific route to boosting your performance capacity. That’s one fact that the experts can agree on. Rather than finding a single …

Exercise

Strength training may lower early death risk

A new study from the University of Sydney in Australia suggests that exercises that promote muscular strength may be just as important for …

Research

Just Follow the Protocols for Exercising During Pregnancy

There are many health risks associated with pregnancy: from preeclampsia to gestational diabetes to incontinence to excessive weight gain. While some …

Pregnancy

These Simple, Science-Backed Exercises You Can Do at Home Have Huge Health Benefits

No need for gym!<p>Most of us probably know exercising is associated with a smaller risk of premature death, but a new study has found that doesn't have …

Exercise

Can Exercising Too Much Cause Heart Health Problems?

At the risk of encouraging you to binge-watch on the couch a little longer, too much exercise may be bad for your heart, say researchers in a new …

Health

Exercise increases brain size, new research finds

Aerobic exercise can improve memory function and maintain brain health as we age, a new study has found.

The Brain