Nutrition Misfires

Have you ever made a recommendation to a client, then discovered the client heard something completely different? Or she took part of what y...

Sample Class: “Ladder” Drills for Total-Body Strength

Strength training classes don’t have to adhere to a classic “sets and reps” template. Why not climb your way up and down t...

Nutrition Technology Optimization

Can technology improve people’s eating habits? This is the multibillion-dollar question challenging developers. Consumer applications ...

Moderate-Intensity Exercise Boosts Calorie Burning for an Entire Day

Need more convincing reasons to do a moderate-intensity workout on days when skipping training is attractive? New study findings show that e...

Training Guidance for Sedentary Young Women

Study reviewed: Kyröläinen, H., et al. 2017. Effects of combined strength and endurance training on physical performance and biomarkers of...

Full-Fat Dairy Makes a Comeback?

An ever-expanding pile of research papers is challenging the idea that we need to avoid full-fat varieties of dairy products like yogurt and milk. There may be no need to settle for fat-free versions ...

Weight Gain Is Bad News for Our Gustatory Mojo

Studies have shown that people with obesity have a blunted sense of taste, so they have to eat more richly flavored foods (more sugary and h...

Calorie Counts on Menus: Do They Work?

Do your clients eat out often? Are they looking for help in choosing lower-calorie meals? In a new study, Cornell researchers conducted a ra...

Can You Benefit From Failure? Top Fit Pros Say . . .

There’s a problematic F-word that the fitness industry rarely cares to discuss: failure. We’ve all experienced failure to one de...

Weight Training’s Surprising Effects on Depression

Could a cure for depression be found in the weight room? Data from a study published in JAMA Psychiatry (2018; 75 [6], 566–76) points ...

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