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Sports Minister Claims Rio 2016 Will Make Brazil More Active as Study Finds Half...

A new study has found that 49.5 per cent of Brazilians do not practice sport or partake in physical activity, with just over a...

‘Cardio Tennis’ Plays Well In Fight Against Obesity and Inactivity

With an ever-increasing obesity epidemic in the U.S., along with 80 million "inactive" Americans, one tennis program--Cardio Tennis--is helping to battle these issues head-on....

Workout whimps, start doing some push-ups.

USA Today reports that 2014's popular fitness trends will include a lot of strength training. The publication advises that "workout whimps" beware of next year's...

Body Leverage Training: Your Body as Your Machine

Sometimes it's not feasible to get a machine-based workout in, especially if you're traveling or life and circumstance haven't made it easy to get...

Foods That Fight Muscle Soreness

You’ve made a commitment to healthier living—including exercising regularly. But that post-exercise muscle soreness sometimes gets in the way of your next workout. Sound familiar?...

How Exercise Can Help Us Learn

Over the past decade, in study after study in animals and people, exercise has been shown to improve the ability to learn and remember....

The AMA Says Obesity is a Disease; Now We Need to Inform Them How...

My first reaction to hearing that the American Medical Association (AMA) had voted to classify obesity as a disease last month was a positive...

Does Higher-Intensity Exercise Produce More Results?

Over time, running may produce greater weight loss than walking, especially in men and overweight women, according to research published in the official journal...

Exercise in a High-Tech World: How Much is Enough?

Sport, health and physical education, and exercise science professionals are commonly asked: “How much exercise training is enough? Are the benefits worth the cost...

Exercise as Medicine

In a 2010 CNN interview, U.S. Air force retired Lt. Gen. Norman Seip said more than one in four U.S. military recruits were unfit...

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