Forget Crunches: This Standing Ab Exercise Sculpts Your Core With Just 4 Movements

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While sit-ups, planks, and crunches all have a place in the best abs routine, if you always do your abs workouts lying down on a mat, you’re missing out on some of the functional benefits of a standing abs workout. Not only are standing ab workouts great when there’s no floor space in the gym, … Read more

Rich Gaspari Shares Abs Exercise for Strength and Intensity Workout Hypertrophy Tip: Total Annihilation – Fitness Volt

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Veteran of bodybuilding Rich Gaspari he’s a strong advocate of using intensity to improve his package at the gym. Though he transitioned from professional racing years ago, his decades of experience have transformed him into a revered figure in the community. In recent posts shared on Instagram, Gaspari shared an abs exercise to build strength … Read more

This is the best time to exercise to improve blood sugars, according to a new study

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The timing of exercise can affect blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes, a new study finds. People who exercised in the afternoon were more likely to have lower blood sugar levels. Experts point out that exercising at any time of day is important for diabetes management. Exercise is a useful tool in … Read more

These 7 exercises will get those biceps into shape in no time

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Shutterstock Andres Ayrton/Pexels Our arms carry us through life, literally. We use them to lift children, pets and boxes. They can help us power up a cardio workout (pump those arms), do yard work, and throw together the ingredients for a noteworthy meal. When it comes to arm strength, the first images that come to … Read more

Exercise scientist baffled by Brie Larson Captain Marvel Workout BOSROX

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Here we go again. An exercise scientist is baffled by Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel workout. See it for yourself. Who is this exercise scientist? Dr. Mike Israetel, PhD in Sports Physiology and co-founder of Renaissance Periodization, is a well-respected professor in the bodybuilding community. He doesn’t just talk about workouts and fitness tips, he often … Read more

Stroke: Strenuous exercise increases the risk for people with blocked arteries

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Share on PinterestA recent study looked at the impact of strenuous exercise on stroke risk among people with blocked arteries. Drazen Zigic/Getty Images New research has found that an increased heart rate can lead to strokes in people with carotid artery stenosis (blocked arteries). For people without blocked arteries or minimal blockage, exercise helps maintain … Read more

Is there an association between muscle building supplements and DNA damage in resistance trainers?

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A recent study published in Nutrition investigated whether muscle-building supplements are associated with deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) damage in individuals who engage in resistance training. Study: Association between the use of muscle building supplements and DNA damage in resistance training practitioners. Image Credit: Rost9/Shutterstock.com Background Resistance training improves muscle strength, endurance and power and is popular … Read more

Exercise Scientist Criticizes Henry Cavills Hollywood Workout BOSROX

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An exercise scientist has criticized Henry Cavill’s Hollywood workout and it wasn’t great. Who is this exercise scientist? Dr. Mike Israetel, PhD in Sports Physiology and co-founder of Renaissance Periodization, is a well-respected professor in the bodybuilding community. He doesn’t just talk about workouts and fitness tips, he often dives deep into health and nutrition. … Read more

16.5 million Americans at risk of stroke from excessive exercise: study

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Health From Adriana Diaz June 26, 2023 | 3:32 pm Push it but not too hard. Nearly 16.5 million Americans are at risk of stroke from exercising too strenuously, according to a new study. Published in the scientific journal Physics of Fluid, the researchers concluded that an elevated heart rate can induce a stroke in … Read more