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Read about how Mature Athlete Bill Vick's training and diet choices are making differences the medical community can't explain.
A corrective exercise called the Lewit was compared to hollowing and bracing in a recent study.
New research found even young, physically active adults still tend to be lacking in vitamin D.
If you've ever experienced a muscle cramp while training, you know what a pain it can be. But can you prevent it?
A new study examined the effects of group exercise on the hormones that control sleep.
We've known for some time that men are more prone to Achilles injuries than women, and a new study sheds light on the reasons why.
When a recent article suggested xenon might produce similar effects to blood-doping, WADA suddenly weighed in. And a lot of people became suspicious of Russia topping the medal table at Sochi.
Cleanliness is essential to a gym. To explain why, we're going to look at the science of microbiology and you'll learn what microbes lurk in your establishment when you don't clean properly.
Losing urine during a workout isn’t okay, and isn’t a badge of honor as to how hard you worked. Here's what's really going on and how you can stop peeing yourself.
One of the most frequent questions in is, “Should I workout when I am sick?’ Like many topics in fitness, there isn’t a clear-cut answer, but here's what I suggest you should ask yourself.
As beneficial as exercise might be, more isn't always better. A new study compared the effects of high- and low-intensity exercise on the body's immune response.
Have a problem mingling at parties? A new research review suggests a little bit of exercise, and team sports in particular, might do your social life some good.
The blood type diet has garnered quite a following since its introduction, but a new study suggests it might not actually work. In fact, it seems maybe we should all eat similar diets.
While I only heard about helminthic therapy - or treatment via hookworm infection - a few months ago, it has apparently been circling the scientific community for years.
A new study suggests people who exercise use pain killers frequently and not always as recommended by a doctor or even the label on the bottle.
A lot of studies have examined the role of aerobic exercise in diabetes prevention. The newest research demonstrates resistance exercise can also reduce the risk.
While it's true that you can't out-exercise a bad diet, that doesn't mean exercise doesn't help. A new study explored the effects of high-intensity exercise on your lipid profile.