Articles

New Research May Change Exercise Forever.
New Research May Change Exercise Forever.

A new study published by the National Institutes of Health pulls together a body of previous studies and makes it clear that middle-age and older adults should be doing anaerobic exercise - high-intensity wind sprints rather than standard, long, slow cardio. Anaerobic sprinting types of exercise - running, cycling, swi...

Real Muscle Real Fast
Real Muscle Real Fast

Real Muscle Real Fast! Adding muscle seems to be a mystery to most, yet if you pick up a copy of any fitness or bodybuilding magazine and you'll almost always see a headline like this: "Gain 15 Pounds of Muscle in 6 Weeks." If it were so easy you'd have millions of muscle-heads running around. Even though...

Targeting Those Trouble Spots
Targeting Those Trouble Spots

Wouldn't it be great if you could get rid of that excess fat on your stomach or tighten up those hips and thighs? How many times have you tried diet and exercise to target your trouble spots only to see slow or no progress? How many people do you know that have been down that same path, probably multiple times?...

A Running Start
A Running Start

Almost anyone can run. Chances are we have all run somewhere for one reason or another. We loved to run as children, so what happened? We can all find reasons for not running so let's take a look at some of the reasons we should tie up our laces before hanging up the runners. 1. A great source for stress manage...

5 Fitness Myths That Are Responsible For Thousands Of Fitness Failures
5 Fitness Myths That Are Responsible For Thousands Of Fitness Failures

Unfortunately, many people are misinformed and are also misled by the many promises of the weight loss industry. Everywhere you look, you see or hear of people promising "Dramatic Weight Loss" with products such as "The Fat Trapper", or "Exercise in a Bottle". Then you also have the hundreds of diets out there such...

Eating Breakfast May Do a Heart Good
Eating Breakfast May Do a Heart Good

If you need another reason to eat breakfast: NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Mom may have been right when she said breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A small study suggests that skipping that morning meal may be a bad move for the heart, and possibly the waistline. UK researchers found that when healt...

Fitness Survey