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Exercise and Fitness

Burn fat and build muscle with this 40 minute exercise plan

2017-01-15 08:42

You want to stay active but don't have time. It's a dilemma we all seem to face. You'll be happy to know researchers have discovered you can burn fat, improve cardiovascular health and build muscle with just two HIIT sprints on a bicycle.

Performing just two 'supramaximal' bicycle sprints at two intervals is all it takes to boost cardiorespiratory fitness.

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3 Ways to Get Fit When You're Short on Time

2017-01-14 06:39

If you're trying to lose weight but are juggling many responsibilities and a stressful week wrought with deadlines, you can still get the same amount of exercise in but in a shorter time. Here are some fitness tips to help you keep up your calorie expenditure during your toughest of weeks.

Exercising When You Don't Have Time: Short, High-power Workouts and Other Crunch Time Fitness Tips

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Twenty Minutes a Day to Stimulate the Immune System and Reduce Inflammation

2017-01-13 14:59

And yet another reason to carve out just a small amount of your day to dedicate toward exercise…..

A new study, published by researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, finds that one 20-minutes session of moderate exercise can stimulate the immune system and produc

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Brain Boosting Benefits for Running in Young Adults

2017-01-11 14:54

Getting teens and young adults started early in athletics improves brain connections, finds new study.

There are many benefits to being involved in sports at an early age – staying physically fit, building relationsh

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Weekend Weight Loss Warriors: Now Scientists Say It's Okay

2017-01-09 22:43

If you're trying to lose weight or be healthier for the new year but find that you can't really squeeze daily exercise time into your busy corporate life, scientists are now saying it's okay! They say that it's not about when you exercise, but how you exercise that's important.

The World Health Organization and a plethora of other accredited health agencies along with almost every doctor on the planet recommend that adults get about 2.5 hours of exercise every week.

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Can Being Obese Biochemically Stop You From Exercising?

2016-12-31 21:51

Researchers have found that you're being obese is actually stopping you from getting active – biochemically. It's not about it being harder to move around, but your very brain might have become wired to hate exercising.

Being obese is different from being overweight. The excess weight is much greater and puts a huge strain on your body.

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Why It May Be Hard to Stick to an Exercise Habit

2016-12-30 13:02

We often start out with good intentions when it comes to a regular exercise routine, but it can be hard to stick to the plan over the long-haul. Researchers might have found a reason why.

It is no secret that physical activity is essential for optimal human health. Even with all of this knowledge, why is it so hard to stay motivated and make exercise a daily habit?

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Can Gelatin Help Prevent Injury in Athletes?

2016-12-21 10:27

In a very small study, the use of gelatin supplements in combination with other nutrients may help tissue repair.

Gelatin is a protein made from animal products. It contains collagen, one of the materials found in cartilage and bone.

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Another Benefit for HIIT – You’ll Enjoy It More

2016-12-16 15:46

If you are finding it hard to stay motivated in your current workout routine, you may want to kick it up a notch.

Researchers with McMaster University have found that those who are involved in high-intensity workouts actually enjoy their

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