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Why Stress Fractures May be Worse for Vegans

Stress fractures are one of the more troubling risks for runners, the tiny cracks in your bones that can come from overtraining. And for many of us it seems like nothing much can be done — we either have to stop running or we deal with the risk. But this[…]

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Bananas After a Workout Help Recovery… a Bunch

Gatorade has made a fortune teaching people about electrolytes and glucose and how important they are to keep your body’s fuel tank from going dry. But a new study looked at something much cheaper and more natural than a sports drinks — a banana. And it looks like the banana[…]

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Study Says Walk More, Sleep More

While there has long been a school of thought that exercising leads to better sleep, it is sometimes contradicted by studies. And even for those who believe it, it’s often assumed that you have to sweat pretty hard to end up actually getting more Z’s. But according to a new study,[…]

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HILIT May be Our New Favorite Workout Trend

A big new workout trend gaining speed is HILIT, which stands for High Intensity Low Impact Training. At Cardio High we have always aimed to deliver the best HILIT workout in the world. We just were not smart enough to use that fancy acronym. We believe in all the benefits of[…]

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Great News for Tennis Players

For those of us who like competition and teamwork, there is some great news in a new study about what kind of physical activity is good for your health. A Danish study looked at 8,500 subjects who were all fairly healthy. They answered a long list of questions and then[…]

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Turn off the TV… at the Gym

When you hop on a bike at the gym, what are you most focused on? Is it how many miles you’re going to hit? Is it the calories you’re going to burn? Or is it what’s on the TV? A new study is out which points to evidence that a[…]

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Sorry, but Another Study Links Bacon to Cancer

The cost of delicious grows ever steeper as a new study connects foods like hot dogs, bacon and other processed food to an increased risk of breast cancer. A meta-study looked at the data from 16 previous studies. Now, all these studies were observational, and that certainly is less definitive,[…]

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