Workouts

Workouts

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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Want Younger Muscles? Exercise

As we age it is harder to keep our weight down, the hair on our heads and our muscles from losing mass. It is simply just part of aging. But a new study points to evidence that we can keep our muscles a little stronger as we age if we[…]

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What is Your State’s Favorite Workout? This Map Tells You

Thanks to Vox, if you were ever wondering which state in America can’t get enough bigger butt exercises (Maryland) or which state absolutely adores burpees (North Carolina), their map of unique workout searches by state is truly fascinating. For one reason, it’s because some of these workouts are pretty weird.[…]

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The November Project: A New Cult of Exercise

Starting in Boston four years ago, and spreading in an impressively organic way, the November Project is either the next big thing in fitness or a quirky workout fad that will only win over a thousand people. But that doesn’t seem to bother its participants or leaders, who charge nothing[…]

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