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Exploring Intensity

Does a Positive Self Image Lead to Longer Lifespan?

You have heard a million times about the power of a positive mental attitude. And a new study points to evidence that how you feel about your own physical fitness may add to, or strip away, years of your life. Researchers looked at mountains of data of people’s self-perceptions and[…]

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Study Delivers Another Blow to Diet Soda

We know, we know. You have heard enough about how Diet Coke isn’t as safe as you once believed. There is no need to hear anymore about it. Well, sorry but researchers have poked yet another hole in the diet soda defense. And this wasn’t a rinky dink study either.[…]

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You Are Not Too Old For Intensity

Are you concerned that you may be too old to do high-intensity interval training – even though studies show it provides immense health benefits? Well, a new study shows that age is only a number – at least when it comes to mice and intensity. Researchers gathered up a bunch[…]

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A Brief Checklist For Your Outdoor Workouts

Summer is a great time of year to exercise outside. While we hope you will continue to come and enjoy the cool air conditioning at Cardio High – we hope you will add variety by enjoying some of the great outdoor gyms in Newton; Auburndale Cove, Cold Spring Park or[…]

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Yet Another Benefit of Intense Exercise

When it comes to exercising, we often tell ourselves that the sweat will pay off in the long run. We know that we are heading to the gym so that in a few weeks or months, we can feel that we’ve made progress. But a new study points to evidence[…]

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Is Fear of Injury Keeping You Out of the Gym?

There are many reasons why we stop going to the gym or don’t push ourselves like we should, but a major one is because some of us are worried about getting hurt. And, of course, this is ironic because exercise can actually be one of the most efficient ways to[…]

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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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