Monthly Archives: December 2014

Exercise to Lose Weight? Stay Warm

Exercising in chilly temperatures could undermine dieting willpower, a new study found.

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How Weightless Rehabilitation Can Help Injured Runners
As I stood on an AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill at Bodies in Motion Physical Therapy in Falls Church, Virginia, I wished that I could have utilized this rehabilitation tool during my six months of non-running brought about by hip pain and Iliotibial …
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Rethink Your Run: A Brand-New Approach to Interval Running (Plus, a 12
Where traditional HIIT focuses on short, intense bursts of speed followed by very easy recovery, BITE uses a less taxing sprint pace paired with a less leisurely recovery period. On a treadmill, this means maintaining a balance between speed, incline …
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Study takes step towards 'skip the treadmill, take a pill' for weight control
Of course it won't provide the numerous health benefits of exercise, but researchers at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) have managed to turn white fat into brown fat, a step that could lead to easier weight management. Using human stem cells …
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Ways to get in that winter exercise

Ways to get in that winter exercise
When temperatures plummet into the single digits, snow starts piling up on the roads and sidewalks and it takes almost 15 minutes to bundle up in winter gear and head out the door, it's easy to push exercise off to “another day.” However, according to …
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6 Reasons Why You Can't Out-Exercise a Bad Diet
Sure, you could eat whatever you wanted in high school and stay thin as a rail. But unfortunately you're not 17 anymore, and even if you work out 'round the clock, you can't transform your body if you constantly give in to cravings, high-fat foods, and …
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Exercise: which regimes are worth the pain?
For now at least, most gym bikes and treadmills are geared towards general aerobic exercise, rather than sprint training. And although many gyms claim to offer HIIT classes, what they often mean is interval training which, although hard work, is …
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The surprising link between things that make us happy and things that save energy
Exercise more. Find a hobby. Volunteer. Give something back to the community. Most of us have heard all of this before. But you might be surprised to learn that these "New Year's Resolution" style life changes have a major additional benefit: Spend …
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