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STUDY: Does Steady-State Cardio Kill Your Metabolism?

For some, cardio is the Holy Grail of fitness. For others, it's a gigantic waste of time. There are a few reasons for the negativity against cardio...

Leptin: Could This Hormone Be The Reason It's So Difficult To Keep Weight Off?

Why is it so tough to keep weight off? It's a question many Americans struggle with. A 2015 study found an average obese person who lost more than ...

The Problems With Early Morning Workouts

Ever since I was a child coaches and trainers everywhere have seemed to vouch for early morning workouts in many cases. This especially holds true for...

Is The FDA's New Nutrition Label Any Good? Expert Nutritionists Weigh In

The nutrition label will never be the same again. According to a recent FDA announcement, after remaining largely unchanged for the past 20 years, ...

Competitive Eater Matt Stonie Crushed a Humongous 7,700-Calorie Bowl of Cereal

It's amazing how much food a human body can hold—especially when it's enough food to feed the whole neighborhood. Leave it up to none other than c...

These Simple Eating Tips Will Improve Your Cardiovascular Health

In the United States the number one cause of death is heart disease. There are several changes to your diet that should be made in order to decrease...

What Are Sugar Alcohols? The Truth About These Mysterious Sugar Alternatives

Long-term overconsumption of sugar has been connected with nearly every negative health outcome imaginable. Obesity, heart disease, high blood press...

Why The VersaClimber is The Next Big Thing in Training Equipment

Photo via Rise Nation's Instagram Cardio. The word alone is enough to strike terror into the hearts of most athletes. Why? Because cardio train...

New U.K. Food Label Proposal Will Scare People Away From Processed Foods

Food goes down incredibly easy. Burning it off? Well, that's another story. This is a major problem facing our society. Too often exercise cannot c...

What Makes a Food "Ultra-Processed"? A Look at The Latest Risk In Our Diets

A recent study published in the journal BMJ Open found that the average American gets 57.9 percent of their calories from ultra-processed foods. ...

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