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Getting Injured while Training

Getting Injured while Training

Getting Injured while Training Exercise and sport are not the same thing. Exercise is designed to improve our physiology (not to degrade it). Exercise is a means to an end. Sport, on the other hand is not designed to improve our physiology. Sport is an end in itself....
Training with Multiple Sets

Training with Multiple Sets

Is one set of exercise enough? You may find yourself wondering if one set of an exercise is enough to produce the results you are looking for. The more sets the better…right? The truth is you produce the same results with one set or multiple sets, as long as you...
Can Exercise Help Mitigate Alzheimer’s Disease

Can Exercise Help Mitigate Alzheimer’s Disease

Can Exercise Help Mitigate Alzheimer’s Disease A recent study was published that was looking into the incidence rates of Alzheimer’s disease with individuals of varying levels of strength. There were approximately 900 individuals in this long term longitudinal study,...
Does Load Matter?

Does Load Matter?

Does Load Matter? There is widely believed that if you want a toned appearance, you need use lighter weights and perform more reps. The opposite is thought when it comes to trying to build a bulky appearance; heavier weights and fewer reps.  Your ability to grow big...
Why Do You Get Sore?

Why Do You Get Sore?

Why do you get sore after a workout? Engaging in any new exercise program is going to result in soreness, and I think that is pretty universally understood. Where this idea starts to get problematic is after the first few weeks of a new workout program, people will...
Can You Exercise Too Much?

Can You Exercise Too Much?

Can you exercise too much? Strength training has a potent effect on a number of health outcomes, whether it be muscular size and strength, or reduction in chronic disease risk. In recent years many research articles have suggested that strength training IS medicine. ...

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