According to research, resistance training may be superior for sleep quality improvement than aerobic exercise or a combined weight/cardio workout.
Study findings underscore that any intentional effort toward creating a more active lifestyle is beneficial, including micro workouts.
Data shows a need to improve Black men’s health outcomes, as Black men have the poorest performance in lifestyles that reduce heart disease.
If you’re over 60, studies suggest that 6,000–8,000 steps per day will reduce risks of early death and increase longevity.
Whether you’re helping clients recover from an injury or improve their performance, attention to joint stability will play a pivotal role.
This article provides you with the evidence-based tools to help clients make a strong start in increasing muscular hypertrophy.
New research adds to our understanding of the limited risks of physical activity and its connection to osteoarthritis.
Strength, speed, agility and power are vital to helping clients excel like everyday athletes in their performance and in daily life.
This article will highlight 10 advanced resistance training techniques that improve muscular fitness, strength and mass.
Remind clients that fitness offers numerous benefits beyond what meets the eye, including cancer prevention.
While the benefits of exercise for people with long-term conditions outweigh the risks, conversations that address risks are advised.
During menopause, women experience a hormonal shift that can often be detrimental to their quality of life and body image. Physical changes in appearance, such as graying hair and wrinkles, are a normal part of…
A new study offers insight into why the body’s response to exercise reduces chronic inflammation, as reported in Gut Microbes
Researches conducted a study to determine if high-intensity indoor cycling training over an extended time would improve the gut microbiome.
Fit pros can boost clients’ health by coaching them to get more physical activity when they’re going through major life events.
Exercise is known to be an effective treatment for chronic, nonspecific lower-back pain — a common malady experienced by millions.
New research findings indicate that physical activity benefits brain health, particularly for older adults.
Understanding the benefits of exercise at the molecular level and how someday it could be bottled up and taken like a vitamin.
A study links strength training and weight loss, finding that people lost on average 1.4% of total fat mass from resistance training alone.
Researchers have developed a system of leg trackers, in contrast to those worn on the wrist, that’s more accurate at monitoring activity.