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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.

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  2. Intermittent Fasting: A Primer

    If you haven’t had a client ask about it yet, you will soon. Intermittent fasting has hit the mainstream, and a lot of peo- ple are taking notice. Proponents claim that intermittent fasting causes more rapid weight loss than other approaches; that it makes dieting easier; and that it improves blood glucose control and blood lipids. Does th...

  3. Sleep And Exercise

    Did you know that getting enough zzzzzzs may actually improve your exercise performance? If you regularly cut sleep short, you may want to reconsider this practice.

  4. Exploring Hip Pain: Femoroacetabular Impingement

    Hip pain. Clients of all shapes, sizes and ages complain about it. Hip issues can be as simple or as complex as each individual, and a good personal trainer knows how to assess for mobility and function and when to refer out to a physician or physical therapist. Recently there has been a lot of buzz in physical therapy and sports medicine circles a...

  5. Stumps and Cranks - A Beginners Dream

    A book especially for amputees who have been thinking about cycling, but have been too nervous to try yet.

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  6. Fuel Your Fitness: Pre and Post Workout Nutrition

    So you've committed to an exercise program! Good for you! But did you know that you can boost your results and energy level with just a few simple changes in your diet? I recommend fueling up within two to four hours of a workout.

  7. Nutrition Strategies for Stress and Pain Management

    Stress and pain diminish quality of life for millionsofAmericansandcostbillionsin healthcare expenses and lost wages.

  8. 10 Piriformis Stretches To Help You Get Rid Of Sciatica, Hip And Lower Back Pain

    Hip and lower back pain can come as a result of an irritation of the sciatic nerve. This pain can spread downwards and can affect the limbs and the feet. It is something many people suffer from, and the pain can affect your daily routine. The sciatic nerve is located deep in the buttock.

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  10. Exercise & Cancer

    What do you think of when you hear the word "cancer"? Many people visualize a sickly person going through bout after bout of chemotherapy or radiation therapy, and the collateral damage that goes with that. While this may be the case with some aggressive cancers, it's not the "norm." A lot of people with cancer live active,...

  11. 10 Nutrition Trends to Watch

    Our grandmothers would be so proud. We are circling back to eating foods similar to the ones they grew and prepared themselves. Not only are we eating more frequently at home rather than going out; we’re also spending more of our budgets on healthy options, and we’re reading labels and nutrition facts (USDA 2014). In 2010, American ad...

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  13. Pilates for Low-Back Pain

    Eighty percent of Americans experience back pain at one time or another (Luo et al. 2004). The discomfort can range from mild to severe or debilitating. Men and women are equally affected (Luo et al. 2004), and the pain can be caused by sedentary living, aging or overuse (e.g., repetitive motion during a sport).

  14. Want a stronger core - skip the sit-ups - Harvard Health Publications

    Sit-ups once ruled as the way to tighter abs and a slimmer waistline, while "planks" were merely flooring. Now planks - exercises in which you assume a position and hold it - are the gold standard for working your core, while classic sit-ups and crunches have fallen out of favor.

  15. Find & Register for Races, Local Events & Things to Do | ACTIVE

    ACTIVE powers the world's events and activities and connects people with the things they love to do. Find, register, or learn about races, local events, spor...

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