By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS The term exergaming is derived from the advent of movement-based video games and is becoming more popular with virtual reality (VR) types of gaming.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Strength training improves sleep, which improves muscle health.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Recent research suggests that exercise and cannabis may have its benefits, especially as it relates to enhancing a person’s motivation and enjoyment of exercise.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS It takes time to increase your muscle mass. In fact, the initial increase in strength that you may notice is primarily due to an improvement in neurological changes and not a direct increase in muscle mass.
By Larnie Zellner Jr., BS, Exercise Specialist With regularly scheduled aerobic and strength training throughout your week, individuals with dementia can begin to take charge of controllable risk factors, and slow motor and cognitive decline. Try this workout!
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Strengthening your lower body is vital for your health for many reasons, including weight management, balance, core stability, low-back support, and more.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS In addition to cardio, you should work your total body by strengthening your legs, back, chest, shoulders, and abdominals. Then at the end of your workout, stretch your muscles for a complete total body workout.
Jonathon Stavres MS, ACSM-EP-C Exercise can maintain a proper body weight, reduce the risk of pregnancy related complications, all while maintaining or improving cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Most people consume creatine every day since it is found in meat based proteins like chicken, beef, and fish. Creatine can also be taken as a supplement and whether you exercise or not, your muscles use creatine, primarily for immediate energy.