This Type Of Exercise Is Shockingly Good For You

2021-04-22T13:39:30-04:00By |Cardio Training, Exercise & Fitness, Health|

Many fitness enthusiasts believe that unless cardio is high in intensity (like interval training or sprints), it's not beneficial ("high intensity or nothing" mentality). In a similar train of thought. Most people believe that walking [...]

Intensity or Insanity? How Much Training Effort is Enough?

2020-07-30T21:19:22-04:00By |Cardio Training, Exercise & Fitness|

Intensity is one of the most important training variables, and at times, it's definitely beneficial to push yourself and train with high intensity (effort level) especially if you're short on time and want efficiency. [...]

This Doctor Says, “Running Will KILL You!”

2022-07-30T16:08:47-04:00By |Cardio Training, Classic Posts|

A medical doctor says marathon runners are going to drop dead of heart attacks. A diet guru says running is bad for you and you should never do it. A strength coach slams cardio, saying lifting weights and a little bit of sprint or burst training is all anyone should ever do. What a bunch of clowns... Here's what real science says...

Aerobic vs Weight Training: Which is Better For Fat Loss (The Duke Study – Was it Wrong?)

2012-12-25T21:00:00-05:00By |Cardio Training, Science & Research|

A recent study from Duke University comparing aerobic versus weight training to see which is better for fat loss was one of the most publicized studies of the year. My in-box was bursting with emails [...]

Move a Little, Lose a Lot (My NEAT Step Experiment, Part 3)

2022-04-10T18:39:16-04:00By |Cardio Training, Exercise Equipment, Product reviews, Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

Is burning fat and keeping it off as simple as moving more? Is the solution to the entire obesity crisis getting off our butts? Well, yes and no. Yes, moving [...]

ME? A Couch Potato? (My N.E.A.T. Step Experiment Part 1)

2020-05-08T16:59:21-04:00By |Cardio Training, Exercise Equipment, Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

Finally, I bought a Fitbit. I say finally because I’d been hearing about the Fitbit (and similar activitiy tracking devices like the BodyBugg) from my friends, readers and Inner Circle [...]

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