When Exercise Can Kill — The Rare Risk of Rhabdomyolysis

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March 9, 2018 | 175,058 Views

Kills tissues, plugs up your kidneys' filtration and can kill. Time will be your enemy if you ignore this telling downhill trend when you should feel better. And it often strikes the very people you'd think were completely protected. No one's immune, so know these telltale symptoms today.

I'm With the Band: Mastering Resistance Band Workouts

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March 9, 2018 | 33,956 Views

Resistance band exercises are portable, inexpensive and time-efficient. These simple movements improve flexibility, strength and power in a short period of time. I'll share a simple workout you can do almost anywhere.

Boost Your Cardiovascular Health and Fitness With Regular Sauna Use

Boost Your Cardiovascular Health and Fitness With Regular Sauna Use

February 23, 2018 | 167,183 Views

It helps bulletproof your heart, brain and immune system, while lowering stress and toxin levels. It's also incredibly relaxing, and you'll love your newfound exercise endurance and lower heart rate, and its many other benefits.

Try This Bodyweight Workout, No Equipment Needed

Try This Bodyweight Workout, No Equipment Needed

February 23, 2018 | 46,475 Views

Bodyweight exercises are flexible, convenient and easily done at home, at the office or while traveling. You don’t need special equipment to increase muscle strength and improve balance and coordination. I’ll share six of my favorite exercises you can do at home.

The Standard American Diet and Its Effect on Athletic Performance

The Standard American Diet and Its Effect on Athletic Performance

February 9, 2018 | 164,017 Views

It baffles the mind - many athletes get their meals from McDonald's even just before the events. Have they had the wool pulled over their eyes, or do they know something we don't? Here are the facts from the latest research.

Intense Exercise Might Aid Parkinson’s Disease

Intense Exercise Might Aid Parkinson’s Disease

February 9, 2018 | 31,140 Views

A new study confirmed that intense exercise may significantly minimize Parkinson's disease symptoms in those newly diagnosed. What you eat fuels your body with what it needs to function at its best, but high-intensity exercise (and a few other strategic lifestyle choices) may slow and even help prevent this disease.

Move More

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January 26, 2018 | 316,477 Views

This innocent activity cuts blood flow to your main leg artery in half within 60 minutes, and slashes your life expectancy by 2 hours for each hour you do it (far worse than a cigarette, which slashes your life expectancy by 11 minutes). Also, one of the worst indicators of aging.

What Causes Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)?

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January 26, 2018 | 55,615 Views

It's not uncommon to experience muscle soreness one or two days after a hard workout, even if you've been working out for years. Called delayed onset muscle soreness, there are several simple strategies that help improve the soreness and reduce your healing time.

Burn Fat for Fuel

Burn Fat for Fuel

January 19, 2018 | 200,876 Views

Not only does it do the opposite of what is promised, decreasing your energy reserves, you also become vulnerable to tumors, heart disease, diabetes and neurodegenerative decay. Millions may have been hoodwinked, but you don't have to be a victim.

Nonsurgical Relief for Bunions

Nonsurgical Relief for Bunions

January 19, 2018 | 55,865 Views

Healthy feet provide stability to your entire body, but if you suffer from bunions, you may suffer from the inflammation and pain commonly associated with that condition. Before you have surgery, you may want to consider natural alternatives such as curcumin and foot exercises.

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