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The fundamental principle of exercise science is that weight training is anaerobic exercise, rather than aerobic exercise. Anaerobic exercise is geared to the development of strength and muscular... more
Training when Sick
Sports Medicine - Dr. Ken Kinakin
You wake up sneezing, coughing, achy, feverish, with a “can’t move a muscle” feeling, and you have a heavy leg workout later today. Should you push through and do your normal heavy leg workout, take... more
Sweet Potato Protein Breakfast Bowl
Michelle Ralph-Larose - Michelle Ralph-Larose
This warm seasonal bowl is full of nutritional comfort. Perfect for a pre-workout meal and is immune boosting. This autumn spiced recipe makes 4 bowls and easy to meal prep for future eating (stays... more
Will Doubling Your Workouts Double Your Gains?
Freak Fitness - Darren Mehling
Twice-daily training, popularized by Arnold, has its proponents and detractors. Here’s what you need to know before taking the plunge. In his prime, I think it’s fair to say that Arnold’s physique... more
Motivation is an important concept in psychology. It’s widely used by the fitness industry – it seems like everyone is looking for motivation or is looking to be motivational for others. With a... more
Arthur Jones By John Robert Cardillo
John Robert Cardillo - John Robert Cardillo
Q. Arthur Jones had a training philosophy that was totally opposite to how bodybuilders were training at the time. Tell us about Arthur Jones. A. Jones was ahead of his time. His method of training... more