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Exercise Column

  1. Do Injuries Ever Fully Recover – A Study on Tennis Rehab Suggests No
  2. A Method to Quantify Concussions in Athletes
  3. When to Retire Running Shoes
  4. Choosing Between Aerobic and Resistance Exercise for Type 2 Diabetes
  5. Boost your Mood with Daily Exercise
  6. Burning fat: during and post-exercise
  7. Improving Sprint Start Speed
  8. Exercise reduces depression in postmenopausal women
  9. Preventing Overuse Injuries in Children
  10. Interval versus Continuous Training and Neuromuscular Fatigue
  11. Train smart, recover smarter
  12. Toning Your Muscles
  13. What makes you sore after lifting weights? Or any intense workout?
  14. Finding Balance Through Strength Training
  15. How to Optimize Endurance Using the Taper Method
  16. How to Optimize Endurance Performance Using the Taper Method
  17. How exercise cures non-insulin dependent diabetes
  18. Why is it helpful to get a senior moving, even a little bit, if they have difficulty walking?
  19. So you want to get in shape? BEWARE of infomercial exercise equipment
  20. Sedentary Death Syndrome (SEDS) is on the rise due to inactivity
  21. Can exercise truly be called the “fountain of youth”?
  22. Drop some fat and gain independence
  23. Fitness is gained after workouts not during them
  24. Stretching during warm-up versus flexibility training
  25. Motivational stories
  26. Indoor workouts ARE more controlled
  27. The adaptations from and benefits of interval training
  28. Aerobic classes - an excellent idea
  29. Laying a proper foundation is essential for long-term success
  30. The purpose of duration days
  31. Recovery from traveling
  32. How high can your HR go?
  33. 10,000 steps is twice the national average
  34. Exercise during menstruation
  35. Sizing your stability ball
  36. Enjoyable workouts
  37. Inches and body weight don't tell the whole picture
  38. Coming back from an injury
  39. Shifting workouts - shifting rhythms
  40. Measuring exercise overload
  41. Stretch last - but do stretch
  42. Specificity of training and functional versus age-predicted maximal heart rate
  43. What to do if you skip or miss a workout
  44. Try increasing pace rather than grade
  45. Do all intensity efforts within same workout
  46. Pedometer Accuracy
  47. Abs should be trained like any other muscle group
  48. Two good weight lifting references
  49. Weight loss frustrations
  50. Exercise proves to be a valuable tool for reducing pain as we age
  51. You get fitter between workouts - not during them
  52. Resistance training improves bone density even into your eighties
  53. Stretch after your exercise, not before
  54. Weight training can be considered moderate intensity exercise in elderly subjects
  55. Heart rate is used to indicate aerobic intensity levels
  56. Exercise IS a stress
  57. The number of days you workout per week depends on you
  58. Beat your genetics
  59. Give yourself permission to fail
  60. Tendonitis
  61. Benefits of massage
  62. Your waking heart rate indicates the stress in your life - good and bad
  63. Improve balance and reduce the risk of falling with Tai Chi
  64. Counting your steps towards better health one step at a time
  65. Is arthritis pain holding you back? Maybe you need to top your joints off with cream.
  66. The dreaded cold: exercise or rest?
  67. Exercise & diet does more than just keeping your weight down, they improve your survivability from prostate cancer.
  68. Exercise increases Nitric Oxide which decreases hypertension, clotting, stroke and heart disease.
  69. Active recovery - experiment with other options
  70. Pedometer Benefits
  71. Are you allergic to exercise?
  72. Subconscious self-sabotage
  73. Resistance training helps to maintain muscle mass seen with aging or dieting
  74. ACSM exercise guidelines
  75. Weight training for improved performance is different than for improved appearance
  76. Repetition maximum (RM) versus sub-max lifting
  77. Monitoring your workout