Tips on How Exercise Can Help Reduce Cholesterol

A healthy way of life will help us to reduce dangerously high cholesterol levels by more than 25 percent. Often, this is easily more than enough to allow you to go back to leading a normal life. Medical treatments will never be able to obtain such a rapid and visible improvement without getting you into […]

Performance Through the Nose

Are You Looking For a New Way to Boost Your Athletic Performance? The secret may be right under your nose. Of all your senses, only the sense of smell acts directly with the brain. When you perceive an odor, it is because the molecules of that odor activate specific receptors in the nasal epithelium and […]

Sports Drinks Linked to Tooth Damage Part 2

How Sports Drinks Affect your Teeth Recent research published in a variety of medical journals including General Dentistry has pointed to the negative effects of consuming sports drinks on dental health. While they provide athletes with necessary electrolytes and fluids to rehydrate, those types of drinks are linked directly to tooth damage. Unfortunately, fitness drinks […]

60 Year Old, Former Paratroopers on Fitness, Injuries and Dating

I recently interviewed two, very fit, former paratroopers, who still train and work hard and enjoy dating younger women and fatherhood. Find out how three 60 year old, former paratroopers, stay strong, overcome injuries, date and even have children. Listen to the attached audio clip and/or read the summary: AS = Andy Slusarenko DB= Doug […]

Burning Calories and Losing Weight Can Be Enjoyable With the Wii Fit!

The Nintendo Wii Fit sold over 770,000 copies in January 2009. Why was Wii Fit the most popular Video Game? This game outsold all Xbox or PS 3 games combined. Why is an exercise video game the most popular game in the World? Usually, the most popular games are the shoot-em up games, like the […]

Personal Trainer – History of This Practice

The personal trainer career pathway is a new one that has only recently been pioneered. Obviously, the ancient Greeks and other cultures of the past have had their athletic traditions, but most of this athletic training was actually intended to keep people in shape for war. Exercising for the sake of health and going to […]

Five Surprising Benefits of Outdoor Recreation

When it comes to exercise, many people head straight to the gym, preferring to work their muscles on a treadmill or elliptical machine. While gyms are certainly useful and can give an athlete a head start on their fitness goals, nothing quite beats the benefits of nature. For those looking to improve their physical fitness, […]

Fashion Trends Men Should Try This Year

Unlike women, men are a bit more sheepish when it comes to trends and fashion. Actually, men tend to cling to timeless fashion, like ripped jeans and monochromatic clothes. But it doesn’t mean they are not paying attention to fashion or slowly trying (is that a Yeezy or Adidas NMD, I see?). So without further […]

5 Stations of a Skier and Snowboarder!

From a human movement and performance standpoint, there are some areas of the body that an improved awareness of may actually make the Ski Season of 08-09 the best one yet! While the lower body gets most of the attention in the gym due to the “leg burn” that we ALL have felt, it would […]

Why Losing Weight Doesn’t Always Mean You’re Fit

Hand balancing and other gymnastic moves were used by the old time strongmen like Eugen Sandow, Sig Klein and Otto Arco.  These physical masters were some of the strongest men to date, and they had the most ripped abs we have ever seen.  Some of their accomplishments in strength have yet to be matched.  What […]