LEARN THE SCIENCE
Let us help clear up some of the confusion about fitness & exercise
Endurance Exercise Reduces Disease Risk, Per Study
University of Copenhagen study shows changes DNA in skeletal muscle cells
When Is The Best Time Of Day To Exercise For Metabolic Health?
Exercising in the evening may be more beneficial than in the a.m.
'Fat but fit' is a myth when it comes to heart health, new study shows
An active lifestyle can't cancel out the negative effects of excess body fat
Should people wear a face mask during exercise?
What should clinicians advise? Should you do it?
Cardiovascular exercise & improved memory
A 47% increase in blood flow to regions associated with memory was noted
Why your brain needs exercise
Our evolutionary history explains why physical activity is important for brain health
Yoga is good for the brain
Yoga enhances many of the same brain structures and functions that benefit from aerobic exercise.
What happens if you don’t exercise
Not exercising is worse for your health than smoking, diabetes and heart disease a study reveals
Your brain on exercise
What creates such a dramatic improvement in mood, mental health and even memory following a workout?
Beware bad fitness science
Watch your step: why the 10,000 daily goal is built on bad science
Six to eight hours of sleep best for the heart
Why weight training is ridiculously good for you
We now recognise it as a seminal part of general health and well-being at all ages
Too much sitting, too little exercise may accelerate biological aging
Older women with low physical activity and 10 hours of daily sit time had even 'older' cells
The final nail in the coffin for BMI?
Jeffrey Hunger, co-author of a new research paper on BMI relavancy and a doctoral candidate at UC Santa Barbara says
Study: HIIT no more effective than steady-state cardio for new exercisers
A study commissioned by (ACE) found that HIIT is no more effective for sedentary people new to exercise, and may actually turn these people off.
Why your muscles get less sore as you stick with your gym routine
The first time back after a long break usually results in sore muscles. Fortunately, the return trip a few days later -is generally less painful.
Many yoga poses can be safe even during late stages of pregnancy.
Recently in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, provides encouraging results that many yoga poses can be safe even during late stages of pregnancy.
Are kettlebells a good way to train?
They can offer a great bang for your buck when it comes to time spent exercising and quality of results
Pregnancy workout tips
Stay safe whilst pregnant and continue to enjoy the benifits of staying active for you and your baby!