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Is there a benefit to drinking more sports drinks to super boost your electrolyte levels? Let’s be clear on the answer: No. Learn the reason why.
Prioritizing your health through regular exercise is one of the best things you can do. But can you go too far? Learn what exercise addiction is, and what you can do about it.
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Think you can’t do high-intensity interval training (HIIT) because of your age or health? Think again. Our expert explains why you should give it a try.
Your toenails may pay the price and turn black and fall off if you run a lot of miles. Learn how to avoid “runner’s toe” and keep your nails healthy and intact.
Bodybuilders and other muscle-building athletes often use their off-season to “bulk up.” But dirty bulking takes that practice to the extreme. Learn about the risks and whether it actually works.
When your back hurts, your first instinct may be to head to bed until it goes away. But that just will make you stiffer. Try these exercises and stretches to work out the kinks.
An exercise physiologist explains what cardio exercise is, why it’s beneficial and how much of it you need to do to keep everything in shape, from your ticker to your toes.
An exercise physiologist provides tips for making the most out of your indoor cycling experience, including adjusting your seat, wearing stiff-soled shoes and increasing your duration over a six-week period.