Walking Intensity and Bone Mineral Density
Fogleman, K.M., Borer, K.T., & Sowers, M.R. 2003. Walking intensity stimulates increases in BMD in post-menopausal women. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 35 (5, Supplement), Abstract 95.
Menopause is often associated with a loss in bone mineral density (BMD). Although exercise has been shown to increase BMD in postmenopausal women, the exact mechanism is presently unclear, as are the intensity and types of exercise that will elicit this response.
Sore No More?
How do exercisers' nutrient choices affect exercise recovery?
By Kristine Clark, PhD, RD, FACSM
ost personal trainers have at one time or another heard clients complain of muscle soreness after a workout. Sometimes clients even use this soreness as an excuse to avoid training for extended periods. Can anything be done to prevent or lessen this soreness--and thus ...
By Ralph La Forge, MS
EXERCISE AND WEIGHT LOSS IN YOUNG, OVERWEIGHT ADULTS
Exercise and Weight Loss in Young, Overweight Adults Supplements May Improve Arterial Function
Donnelly, J.E., et al. 2003. Effects of a 16-month randomized, controlled exercise trial on body weight and composition in young, overweight men and women. Archives of Internal Medicine, 163, 1343-50. Study. Investigato...
Let your older female clients know that the exercise they are doing with you today may give them many more tomorrows, according to a research report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, May 14.
If (but, of course, not only if) you have a naturally aggressive client looking to lose weight or boost his fitness, you can address both issues simultaneously by having him don a pair of boxing gloves.