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Your Posture May be Making You Sad

Your mother may have been more right than you know — some new studies have found some evidence that slouching may be problematic, not just in how you look — but also how you feel. Many of us are stuck hunched over at a desk nowadays, or we’re on the[…]

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Study: Stop Counting Calories

When you look at the nutrition facts of a food, what do you look at? Is it the calories? Or do you look at the ingredients? For most of us, we have been taught that it is all about calories. Of course we have learned  to monitor intake of processed[…]

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Throw Out Your Diet Plan

This persuasive article in the New York Times is worth a read — it’s a personal tale from someone who dropped some pounds. Take some time with it, it’s not too long. But in case you just want a summary, we have broken it down for you. Moderation You knew[…]

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Why Music Makes Us Exercise Harder

We are big fans of music around here, especially when it’s time to exercise. So we could not agree more with this new study that finds music does indeed make exercising that much more fun. British researchers recruited 24 people and asked them to walk around an outdoor track at[…]

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Keeping Up With the Joneses’ Weight

If you find yourself having a hard time keeping the pounds off, it may be time to look at the people around you. Seriously. We’re not saying you need to start pointing fingers, but a new study finds some serious connections between weight and the company you keep, even if[…]

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Be Careful With These High Risk Exercises

One of the biggest things we care about at Cardio High is avoiding injuries. That is why we have structured our workouts to get you the most intense exercise possible without getting hurt. But outside of our gym we can only try and steer you to smarter ways to work[…]

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Try This Exercise Before Running

We are fans of running around here, but we know the host of issues that can make the activity a rather unpleasant experience. And one of those is lower back pain. Our lower backs just do not do well with repetitive running. Back pain is one of the main reasons[…]

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Study: “You Can’t Outrun Your Past”

This article in the NY Times is mostly about how running will likely not harm your heart as many people have feared. We’ve covered that before, so this isn’t news to us. But there is something in the study about runners and their hearts that we wanted to point out.[…]

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