Muscle memory may explain why people find it easier to gain muscle the second time around.
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Even the world’s best athletes say sleep is important for helping them perform well.
If you want to use an exoskeleton to improve balance, a study finds that superhuman reflexes can help you stay upright.
Between 9% and 20% of runners will suffer from shin splints at some point in their life.
Swimming is great for both heart health and strength.
Creatine is one of the most popular nutritional supplements on the market.
Taking your physical activity outside comes with added benefits. Here are ways to pursue your fitness goals outdoors, even in the middle of a Canadian winter.
Fitness and religion make a potent combination, one people have explored for centuries.
New research shows even one muscle contraction a day, for five days a week, is effective at improving muscle strength if you keep it up for a month.
Aches, pain and injuries are often reasons people put off exercise.
Kids have structure during the school year which facilitates regular physical activity and healthy eating habits. But this ends during school holidays. How can we maintain these healthy habits?
Physical activity and new motherhood can be hard to navigate, but physiological feedback and self-compassion can help inform decisions about when and how to exercise.
The concentration of certain hormones during different phases of your menstrual cycle may give you a boost in the gym.
Changing your eating, exercising, socialising and engagement with nature can help treat depression. Now mental health professionals have some guidelines to shape treatment around lifestyle therapies.
Walking backwards burns more calories and has many other health benefits.
If you can’t lift heavy or it’s not your thing, please don’t think lifting lighter weights is a waste of time.
Be sure to include both cardio and resistance training in your workouts for the most health benefit.
The 75 Hard challenge has more than 1.2 billions views online.
Research has shown training cardio and weights on the same did has little effect on strength and muscle gain.