High-Intensity Workouts May Boost Memory

Next time you’re prepping for a test, consider high-intensity interval training as your study break of choice. HIIT workouts boosted m...

Foam-Rolling Techniques: A 4-Step Formula

It seems as though the best way to foam-roll is in the name: Roll, and rolling back and forth has merit and support from the scientific comm...

Magnesium Boosts Power of Vitamin D

Your clients may believe they’re getting ample vitamin D, but they won’t get the full benefit if their diet lacks magnesium. A study published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic As...

Prepare to Squat

Why is it that so few people can squat correctly, yet my 8-year-old son squats perfectly? I never taught him how to squat; he innately learn...

Is It Time to Eat Yet?

In life, timing is everything. We’re ruled by the clocks on our collective wrists, walls and smart devices. We count minutes on treadm...

How to Correct Imbalances in Walking Biomechanics

Participating in a program of regular exercise is a good idea at any stage of life. One of the most popular forms of exercise is walking, an...

How Social Media Influences the Food Message

Social media serves many purposes, one of which is to share everyday experiences with friends, family, clients and even the wider world. Eat...

How to Prepare for IDEA World 2018

Over the years, I’ve become a seasoned IDEA attendee—and I've come to learn a lot about how to maximize my experience at these a...

High-Intensity Functional Training—Make It Safe

Many clients can't seem to get enough of workouts that meld functional movements with high-intensity resistance training. Indeed, workouts u...

Caffeine Boosts Performance in Athletes Who Use It Rarely

Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system, allowing athletes of all stripes to complete longer, harder workouts. But new research sugge...

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