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Just because the pounds don’t change doesn’t mean all that exercise is going to waste. Muscle has a greater density than fat, meaning it's possible to look and feel slimmer without a significant change in weight.
It’s easy to take the feet for granted. But don’t get off on the wrong foot by ignoring the signs and symptoms of flat feet.
Shaking muscles may be a common phenomenon during exercise, but could that quiver be a cue to back off?
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On a recent outing to Montreal, contributor David Boffa explores expert opinions on sport, the impact of weightlifting on the female physique, and what fresh food really means north of the border.
Can't stop cracking? Research suggests habitual knuckle cracking is not a significant risk factor for arthritis, though it may have several other negative side effects
Hunched over the computer? Straighten that spine for better posture and less back pain.
What if there was a way to be chained to a desk without having to sit the entire day? One way to combat excessive sitting is to find alternatives during the workday. Meet the sit-stand workstation.
Ever wonder why a certain smell brings back specific memories? It turns out scent is linked to memory formation.
When it comes to muscles, not all are created equal. The body’s skeletal muscle fibers are split into three types— and they all have strengths and weaknesses.