Horking down cheese doodles and chocolate milk every night isn’t good for you. Hopefully this doesn’t come as a surprise.
Compression tights are an incredibly popular tool among runners, from elite athletes to amateur weekend warriors.
No one wants to hear that there’s no solution to the problem that vexes them. And while we might be loathe to admit it, we don’t want to find out that the solutions that do exist are time-consuming and difficult.
Ever woken up the day after a workout and wondered what you did to deserve such pain?
It’s no secret that exercise makes your heart bigger in a healthy way, helping it to pump blood more efficiently and lessening the potential for heart failure. Figuring out a way to mimic the way exercise manages to do this could be an extremely beneficial way to treat certain types of heart conditions.
Joe O’Leary went to dinner with his parents at around 8 p.m. one Wednesday in March of 2015. He split a pizza, topped with tomatoes and peppers, with his mom. Then he set out for the gym and hopped on the elliptical. But about a half-hour into the workout, he started feeling weird.