Help your Posture with Soccer

October 21st, 2013

Help your Posture with Soccer

A series of recent scientific research studies show that men and women who regularly play recreational soccer improve their posture and balance, as well as their muscle strength. Playing also…

Double Protein Intake Reduces Muscle Loss

October 4th, 2013

Double Protein Intake Reduces Muscle Loss

Results of a new study show that doubling protein intake together with exercise helps you lose fat without dropping muscle mass. Adequate protein is key to repairing and building muscles, and it works

Ice Water Baths Not Good for Strength or Soreness

September 27th, 2013

Ice Water Baths Not Good for Strength or Soreness

Athletes have been doing it for decades, but new research shows that dunking into a tub of ice-cold water after exercise is not beneficial—or effective. Not only does it waste time (and make your bo

Too Much Exercise?

August 16th, 2013

Too Much Exercise?

Recently, exercise scientists have been concerned that there might be an upper limit to the amount of exercise and exertion that is healthy, particularly for the human heart. Now new that…

You’re Never Too Old to Get Fit

August 8th, 2013

You’re Never Too Old to Get Fit

Think you’re too old to start a worthwhile fitness regimen? Think again. Research shows that men and women aged 48 and up who make an effort to get fit can significantly reduce their risk of heart

Trainer Spotlight: Scott Marlowe

July 31st, 2013

Trainer Spotlight: Scott Marlowe

Scott Marlowe is the owner of ResultsNYC, a personal training studio serving clients in NYC and Connecticut.  He became a personal trainer 27 years ago when he was asked to train the owner…

Vitamin C Helps with Exercise-induced Asthma

July 12th, 2013

Vitamin C Helps with Exercise-induced Asthma

Research shows that about 10 percent of the general population suffers from asthma or bronchoconstriction induced by exercise. Now, according to a new study published by University of…

Exercise for Longevity

June 29th, 2013

Exercise for Longevity

Researchers have known for decades that regular exercise boosts longevity, but studies have never specified just how much. Now a Harvard professor has the answers. Professor I-Min Lee led a comprehens

‘Precooling’ to Beat the Heat

June 17th, 2013

‘Precooling’ to Beat the Heat

Today’s trend toward shorter, more intense workout sessions can be tough in the hazy heat of summer—especially outdoors. That’s why recent research into ‘precooling’—reducing your core tem

Top Golfers Get Sharp with Cybex and Gym Source

June 4th, 2013

Top Golfers Get Sharp with Cybex and Gym Source

How do the world’s top golfers stay fit for the fairways? Easy—they tap into mobile fitness trailers designed exclusively for the PGA Tour, all of which feature cutting-edge equipment supplied by

Are You Overtraining?

June 3rd, 2013

Are You Overtraining?

Are you overtraining? (And if you are, how can you tell?) To help runners determine their optimum training level, Jack Raglin, Ph.D., developed a short quiz that he advises runners to take at least on

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