- Take The Guesswork Out Of Weightloss and/or Gain!
- Minimizing Herpes Outbreaks
- 5 Outdoor Summer Activities for Families
- Fast food Restaurants: Are there any Healthy Choices?
- Understanding Jeet Kune Do
- Building Your Own Power Rack
- It Starts in the Kitchen
- Reverse Pyramid Training (RPT)/Leangains, Workout 13
- Reverse Pyramid Training (RPT)/Leangains, Workout 12
- What is Creatine and How Creatine Works
Monthly Archives: August 2010
While heart disease is the leading cause of death globally, there are some simple lifestyle changes you can implement to lower your risk of developing it. Risk factors such as age, genetic predisposition and gender will raise your risk of … Continue reading
Vitamin K is one of the primary substances responsible for proper blood clotting. Specifically, vitamin K is required for the liver to make factors that are necessary for blood to properly clot (coagulate), including factor II (prothrombin), factor VII (proconvertin), … Continue reading
Question from a reader: I’d like to try the 5×5 strength program. I’ve been weight training for the last 15 years, at varying levels of commitment and intensity based on my job and family situation. I’m an airline pilot, so … Continue reading
Cardiovascular disease, or CVD, is a growing problem in the United States. According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease was responsible for approximately 34.6% of all deaths nationwide in 2006. CVD is an umbrella term that is used to … Continue reading