By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS As overweight and obesity continue to increase in society, there is an increased risk for younger women to develop heart disease as well.
Muscle Growth and Muscle Regeneration: New Findings
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS In addition to muscle growth and regeneration via proper nutritional intake, researchers are constantly investigating how to improve muscle regeneration in humans.
Is Tobacco Use Worsening?
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS A combined effort globally recognized by health agencies is to eradicate tobacco use altogether. While tobacco use is likely never-ending, the agencies are launching the MPOWER approach.
Is There a Root Cause for Depression?
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Regardless of sex differences, new research is trying to find the mechanism behind depression.
What is Lipoprotein(a)? Is it Related to Coronary Artery Disease?
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Lipoprotein(a) is a type of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), which at high levels circulating in the blood put an individual at an increased risk for heart disease.
Grip Strength is an Indicator of Health. How strong is your grip?
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS A simple way to start to improve your grip strength is to buy a hand grip strengthener so you can exercise your hands while you sit on your couch.
Preventing the Big Three: Alcohol, Fat, and Alcoholic Liver Disease
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS One of the easiest ways to prevent alcoholic lipidosis is to stop drinking alcohol. Simple, right? But not for everyone.
Various Exercise Intensities Can Alter Your Appetite
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Research found that participants who engaged in moderate-intensity exercise for 30 minutes reported having a greater appetite and consumed more calories after the exercise than those that engage in high-intensity exercise for 30 minutes.
Exercise, A Piece of the Puzzle for Depression Treatment
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Absent prescription drugs, exercise is the best way to naturally boost serotonin levels and over time, can drastically improve symptoms associated with depression.