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Hacking Your Hormones to Maximize Health and Wellness

Eat better. Exercise more. You’ve probably heard all of the different things that you can do to improve your health and get yourself back on a healthy path. But if things don’t seem to be working, what else can you do?

There are actually other factors that control and govern ...

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How to Use HIIT to Improve Your Body Composition

If you’ve been trying to get in shape recently and you’ve been scouring the Internet for effective workout styles, chances are you’ve stumbled upon something called HIIT, which stands for high-intensity interval training. 

Over the years, professional athletes and fitness buffs alike have sworn by ...

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What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Working Out?

You try to exercise most days, but then you skip a workout.  Maybe that one workout turns into three….and before you know it, three weeks have passed you by without one day of exercise.  Like many who take a workout break, you wonder: “Have I lost ...

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How To Boost Your Metabolism with Exercise

Your next workout could set you up for a speedier metabolism. Your metabolism includes all the things your body does to turn food into energy and keep you going. Some people have a faster metabolism than others.
 
Some things that affect whether your metabolism is speedy or sluggish include things you don't control, like your age, sex, ...

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Health Benefits of Foam Roller Exercises

 
Self-myofascial release, also known as "foam rolling," has transformed from a once mysterious technique used only by professional athletes, coaches, and therapists to a familiar everyday practice for people at all levels of fitness. Recent information, technology, and affordable products have introduced an increasing array of training and recovery ...

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How Exercise Improves Moods

Sure, exercise is good for your body, but did you ever think about how it could boost your mood?
 
Science backs up the premise that regular exercise actually boosts your mood and makes you a more joyful person. When you workout intensely, physiological changes take place in your body ...

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