Flexing the Muscular SystemNoteworthy facts to keep your muscular knowledge strong.
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Artificial sweeteners' benefits can be overwhelmed by the potential negatives. When in doubt, a little goes a long way.
Replace the top five meal frequency and timing myths surrounding small meals and fasting with evidence-based, client-friendly recommendations.
Sample Class: EMOM WorkoutThis structured EMOM workout plays with the work-to-rest period.
Incorporate transverse-plane core work into your foundational movement training paradigm.
We summarize competing theories on obesity, including behavioral guidelines for treating clients with obesity.
This time-tested method continues to be effective for those seeking core conditioning, coping with chronic ailments or striving for athletic achievement.
When opinions, beliefs and science collide, emotions can heat up around nutrition debates. Cool down the conversation by balancing opinions with facts.
Correcting Misconceptions About FatA dietitian explores the latest research and clears up some common myths about fat.
Studies suggest that nutrition and dietary changes can improve lung health.
Why you need a big-picture approach to helping women get back on the fitness track after childbirth.
The overall volume of resistance exercise is more important than the individual variables of sets, reps and load.
Motivational interviewing can drive sustainable behavior change. Here's how to make it happen.