A Good Sweat = a Good Workout?

Here at Cardio High we love to talk about getting a good sweat going. We often discuss how great it feels to finish a workout and be drenched from the intensity of what you just pulled off. But it is important to remind you that sweat doesn’t mean you got[…]

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Irisin. How Exercise Strengthens Your Bones

We here at Cardio High are all about making sure that people can get a great, intense workout without having to worry about hurting yourself. And lucky for us a new study is out that says one way to make sure your bones are strong while working out is to….[…]

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Don’t Look at This Infographic if You Love Bacon

While we swear we aren’t bacon haters, we also can’t just ignore this troubling infographic that points to some of the worst traits of the delicious processed meat. And, as this article points out, since our bacon lust seems to be increasing, this is even more important.  

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New Study Shows That Lifestyle Trumps Genes

You can’t change your genetic makeup. But while many of us consider this fact a reason to give up and let nature take its course, a new meta-study shows that our actions speak louder than our genes. Looking at a whopping 55,000 different people’s genetic makeup, researchers were able to[…]

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Fight the Holiday Binge with Exercise

Listen, we get it — no matter what you tell yourself and no matter how hard you try to be good, you are probably going to overeat during the holidays. If you stress over it too much you may wind up eating even more. So while we have our own[…]

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Always Tired? Maybe it’s Your Phone

We at Cardiohigh see three crucial things for a healthy life: diet, exercise and sleep. And while we spend plenty of time talking about the importance of the first two, we don’t spend that much time on the third. But a new study about phone usage and sleep is something[…]

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Study: Your Liver Wants Exercise

Here is a study we can drink to. Issues with the liver are not always related to alcohol, but in fact can stem from either being overweight or genetics. There’s a common condition called Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and it can, down the line, lead to cirrhosis. Mark G of[…]

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