Replacing 30 minutes of sedentary time with 30 minutes of physical activity at a light intensity was associated with a 17% lower risk of early death in a new study. Read the full story.Read more
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For many years, endurance athletes stayed away from lifting weights, thinking that time in the gym was going to add bulk to their frame, slowing them down. But as we learn more about strength training, athletes and coaches have found that strength training is not only beneficial; it’s necessary. Read the full story.Read more
Activities like running, swimming and cycling are better at slowing the body’s aging process than weightlifting, according to scientists. Researchers in Germany set out to investigate which forms of exercise could best slow cellular aging. They compared endurance training (like running or cycling), resistance training (like weightlifting) and high-intensity interval training (HIIT)..… Read the full…Read more
Whether you’re cooling down after a run or doing a few stretches at your desk when work is starting to become a pain in the neck (literally), most of us recognize the benefit of stretching. But we can also probably admit we aren’t doing enough of it. The problem is, we tend to think of…Read more
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