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Exercise Desire Could be a Gut Reaction

A possible answer to why some days you don't feel like exercising.

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania found a direct connection between gut bacteria and the motivation to exercise.

, December 28, 2022


Aerobic Exercise Dramatically Cuts Metastatic Cancer Risk

Increase your aerobic exercise if you want to cut your cancer risk.

A study conducted at Tel Aviv University in Israel found the risk of metastatic cancer was cut by 72% through intense aerobic exercise.

, December 12, 2022


Fasting Before Exercise Burns Way More Fat

There are benefits to exercising while hungry.

Researchers at Nottingham Trent University in England found exercising on an empty stomach allowed people to burn 70 percent more fat than those who ate two hours before exercising.

, November 14, 2022


Multi Directional Sports are Better for Bone Health

Sports that require more than running in a straight line encourage stronger bones.

New research from Indiana University shows college runners who previously played sports that required multi-directional running like basketball and soccer had better bone health and were less likely to suffer stress fractures than athletes who specialized in running alone or who may have only participated in non-impact sports like swimming or cycling.

, October 17, 2022


More is Better When it comes to Exercise

Exercising more than recommended is a good thing according to new research.

New study data published by the American Heart Association shows people who exercise twice as much and up to four times the recommended weekly amount have a significantly reduced risk of mortality.

, September 12, 2022


Sports Not Screens Make Kids Happier

It's better for kids to mingle than isolate.

New research from the University of South Australia showed kids who participate in after-school activities like sports are happier than their peers glued to screens.

, June 27, 2022


Antibiotics Hamper Athletic Performance

Antibiotics can kill more than bacteria.

Scientists from the University of California at Riverside found when antibiotics kill off bacteria in the gut it can also kill an athlete’s motivation and endurance.

, June 06, 2022


Brisk Walking Keeps You Young

Walking could be your key to a longer life.

New research out of England shows that brisk walking has the ability to positively affect telomere length, which is a genetic indicator of biological age.

, April 25, 2022


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