CDC Recommends Steps To Prevent COVID-19 Spread At Gyms
The recommendations, which were included in reports detailing COVID-19 outbreaks at health clubs over the summer, include measures many gyms are now taking, such as mask wearing, better ventilation and distancing of equipment and members.
Study: HIIT no more effective than steady-state cardio for new exercisers
A study commissioned by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) found that HIIT is no more effective than steady-state cardio exercise for sedentary people new to exercise, and may actually turn these people off.
In a recent study, it was found that synchronising with others while dancing raised pain tolerance. It also encouraged people to feel closer to others. This is because when we watch someone else do the same thing at the same time as us, our brain ends up with a merged sense of us and them.
A study was undertaken to understand the factors that positively influence older women to exercise
As older people are less likely to be active, it is important for practitioners and health professionals to understand what stops people who are less active from joining and sticking to long-term exercise plans.