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Modern elite athletes have different goals than our hunter-gatherer ancestors. Their training loads are higher and their physical activity is contrived and somewhat artificial. But for the most part, elite athletes are working with the same metabolic and neuromuscular machinery ...Read More »
One of the biggest myths in the training world is that it’s the type of training you do that determines how you look. You know, that tired old “If you want to look like a sprinter, train like a sprinter” garbage. Appearance ...Read More »
So many times women ask me, “How can I lose this?” while they’re pinching whatever area they want gone. While no one is exactly the same, there are a few general tips that I can throw out there for you ...Read More »
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The current U.S. government guidelines continue to tell us to eat less and exercise more. This has been the advice since the early 1990s when the Food Pyramid became the standard for the United States. But over two decades later, we are even ...Read More »
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For years, doctors have used high blood pressure and cholesterol numbers to be able to reasonably predict who is most at risk for a heart attack. But a new blood test being called the “holy grail of cardiovascular medicine” might ...Read More »
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