Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Sporting After 30

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By Dr. Katrina Wahlstrom | Steven Pressfield stated in his book The War of Art, “Most of us have two lives. The life we live, and the...

Out with the Old Resolutions, in with the New Year Goals

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By Cheryl McCormick, M.S.S. | Many individuals are unaware of the differences between resolutions and goals. New Year’s resolution planning is the process during...

Fitness in 2021; Let’s Try this Again

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By Robert L. Herron, MA, CSCS*D, ACSM-CEP | 2020 was hard on everyone, including the fitness industry. The pandemic interrupted daily routines; not the...

Breathing Through the Holidays

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By Cheryl McCormick, M.S.S. | As we approach one of the biggest holidays of the year, a common mistake that individuals make is being...

October is Health Literacy Month

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By Robert L. Herron and Jillian L. Rosandich | October is Health Literacy Month. While not a new term or phrase, health literacy has...

Breast-Cancer Survivors, Heart Health, and Exercise

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By Robert L. Herron, MA, CSCS*D, ACSM-CEP | October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the United States and, according to the National...

Sports Science, Bryson DeChambeau and Power Golf

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By M. Brian Wallace, Ph.D., FACSM, CSCS | The recent success of Bryson DeChambeau in the US Open Golf Championship has put a very...

Improve Health and Well-Being for All with Healthy People 2030

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By Robert L. Herron, MA, CSCS*D, ACSM-CEP | On August 18, the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) released the fifth iteration...

The Science Behind Motivational Self-Taking and Psyching Oneself Up

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By Alyssa Parten | Mindset, confidence, social life factors, and anxiety can make a large impact on fitness goals and performance. For example, many...

Mechanisms of Fatigue

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By Alyssa Parten | Fatigue is a complex and multifaceted phenomenon. There is rarely ever one source of fatigue, as humans are also complex,...
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