Including both weight and cardiovascular training to your exercise schedule provides amble benefits
A few weeks ago I restarted my running training and have experienced unexpected growth in my performance. I knew muscle memory was one of the key contributors toward my unexpected growth, however I did not exactly understand how it works. Through research I was able to understand the process of muscle building and memory, which... Continue Reading →
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A 2011 study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that older people who reported being the least happy died at nearly twice the rate in the next five years as people who reported being the most happy. Even after adjusting for factors like illness, finances and depression, people who were the... Continue Reading →
Protein is seen as one of the most essential forms of nutrients to support high levels of exercise. However, choosing the right type of protein can either further aid muscle repair or can potentially harm your body. Research done by a nonprofit group, Clean Label Project, has found that many protein powders contain heavy metals... Continue Reading →