Workouts

Workouts

Don’t Underestimate the Lassie Effect

There are about 78 million dogs in the US right now with owners who, if they wanted, could probably head out for a run right now. This is called the Lassie Effect, and what that means is that your pup probably wouldn’t mind a walk around the neighborhood or a[…]

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How High Intensity Cools Down Hot Flashes

We admit that many of our pieces don’t focus exclusively on women. To our defense, that’s because so few studies actually focus on women. But two new studies are different, showing that high intensity fitness may be one of the greatest ways to relieve hot flashes. First off, what is a[…]

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Does Alcohol Enhance The Workout Experience?

We have discussed the potential pros and cons of using marijuana before a workout, and it seems that according to multiple people there is no definitive answer as to whether or not it’s a good idea. We know clients and friends who like sports (platform tennis, golf) that are often played[…]

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Study: High Intensity Erases Diabetes Risk

A new study that spanned 20 years has shown a significant correlation between large amounts of high-intensity cardio exercise and low amounts of Type 2 Diabetes. Researchers at the University of Minnesota gathered together 4,000 men and women back in the mid-80s. They were all tested for their cardiac fitness,[…]

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