What is the single best strength-building exercise many of us could be doing right this minute but almost certainly are not? Consult enough exercise scientists and the latest exercise research, and the answer would likely be a resounding: squats.
Less than 25 percent of Americans over the age of 45 engage in strength-training exercises, which are actually among the most important exercises …
We’ve long credited endorphins for the euphoric feelings that can follow exercise. Mounting research, however, suggests an entirely different biochemical cause.
A nationwide study involving 100,000 subjects from S. Korea finds that regular exercise is protective from COVID-19 illness and related mortality.
There’s a reason we’re always touting the benefits of weightlifting. Not only does it make you feel good and look good, but it’s a sure-fire way to ironclad your cardiac health. Just two sets of bench presses can slash heart attack risk by 70 per cent.
While daily moderate exercise contributes to good health and has been found to lower the risk of cancer recurrence by up to 50 percent, did you know that your favorite yoga pants could be making you and everyone else sick?