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  1. How Much Protein Should You Eat—and When?

    Researchers find we’re eating too much protein at the wrong times—and not enough at the right times.

  2. The 3D Booty: Training the Glutes for Form and Function

    Booties, butts, glutes and rumps. Our fascination with enhancing our posterior spans the training spectrum, from the aesthetic-focused client to the performance-driven athlete. Yes, we want our backsides to look better, but we also need them to function more effectively, judging from the increasing number of knee and low-back injuries (Hoy et al. 2...

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  3. Training the Pelvic Core

    "I wish someone had told me this could happen to my body after having a baby!" . . . "Why did my doctor tell me I could return to exercise at my 6–week checkup?"

  4. Exercise and Disease Prevention

    If you are a regular exerciser, you know that working out helps your body feel better in many ways. It also has powerful health benefits. In a review of the latest science, Booth, Roberts & Laye (2012) point to 35 chronic diseases and health challenges that regular exercise and physical activity can do much to prevent.

  5. Bone Health and Plant-Based Diets

    Do you embrace a plant-based diet? If you're avoiding dairy, do you get enough calcium—the best-known nutrient for healthy bones? To build a sturdy frame, getting enough calcium and vitamin D is key. Matthew Kadey, MS, RD, a James Beard Award-winning journalist, Canada-based dietitian, freelance nutrition writer and recipe ...

  6. The Elbow Joint

    Anatomy Review The elbow is a “hinge” joint formed by the distal end of the humerus and the proximal ends of the radius and ulna bones. The elbow moves into flexion and extension. The trochlea and capitulum of the humerus articulate with the trochlear notch of the ulna and the radial head, respectively. The specific articulations o...

  7. Are You a Sound Friend or a Sound Foe?

    How loud is too loud? The sound of a power lawn mower registers about 90 decibels, and a chainsaw about 110 (CDC 2013). What are the sound levels in your classes? Workouts may help participants feel motivated to improve their strength and endurance, but blasting music can lead to hearing loss.

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    • My name is Dr. Emilio Cortez, I am a Ph.D. not an M.D. I am with the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA and the co-chair of a relatively new committee, "Turn Down the Volume... see more

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  8. Injury Prevention in Small-Group Training

    Any physical activity includes the risk of injury. The benefits of being active, however, make it worth taking this chance.This article reviews basic injury-prevention tips for small-group Pilates classes.

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