Reprinted from Bloomberg.comAuthor: Polly Mosendz Only a year after raising nearly $27 million, Kettlebell Kitchen has closed. The meal delivery service catered to the health conscious, starting in New York City and expanding nationally in 2017. The company also offered meal pickups at some CrossFit-affiliated gyms in New York, associating itself with the fitness brand’s… Continue reading Crossfit-tied Meal Delivery Service Kettlebell Kitchens Closes
Granny and gramps get smarter when they go hardcore at the gym. Okay, that might be a slight exaggeration. What’s true, though, is that McMaster University researchers have found that high-intensity workouts give older adults a measurable memory boost. But if they want the benefits, they’ll need to go hard. Intensity is critical, according to… Continue reading Senior Memory Improves With High-Intensity Exercise
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According to a new study differences in what motivates individuals and how they self-regulate behavior influence how they keep fit. The study appearing in the journal Heliyon, published by Elsevier, associates personal characteristics with whether people are likely to prefer solo or group exercise activities, CrossFit® training, resistance training, or team sports, how frequently they… Continue reading Your Fitness is More Than Just Physical, It’s a State of Mind: Study
Welcome to Volume 3 of Research Round-Up! The connecting theme of today’s research is heart health. More specifically, we’re talking about aspects of heart health for men. Men who do extreme things. Men who used to block, tackle, hit other men for a living. (Or avoid being blocked, tackled or hit!) Men who fight fires… Continue reading Podcast: Research Round-Up, Vol. 3
Exercise is often cited as the best preventive medicine, but how much is too much for the hearts of middle-aged athletes? Sports cardiologist Dr. Benjamin Levine led a study, now published in JAMA Cardiology, to find the answer. Dr. Levine is a Professor of Internal Medicine and Director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental… Continue reading No Increase in Heart Disease or Mortality Risk From Extreme Exercise in Middle Aged Adults: Study
We’ve all done it. Over-indulged in something and paid the price. Too much dessert or one toomany drinks. The aftermath is rough, but you get through it, right? Well, what if over-indulging in something that’s good for you might have the potential to damage your health? What if it might even be fatal? Overtraining can… Continue reading Podcast:Overtraining? 9 Signs to Watch For
When you were a kid, did you ever over-indulge in something you loved? Maybe you ate ice cream, pizza or some other treat until your belly felt like it would bust. Maybe you spent too many hours in front of the TV or playing video games and your eyes got all googly and blurry. … Continue reading Over-training? 9 Signs to Watch For
If you’re one of the millions of Americans who are trying to slim down, lose some weight or just find a healthier way of eating, you may have fallen victim to this kind of click-bait nonsense: “Dr. Schmozz’s 10 Natural Weight-Loss Tricks” “Easy Fat Loss With (insert weird food name here)” “Eat/Drink/Do This Every Day… Continue reading 12 Weight Loss Hacks That Don’t Work
So grateful, blessed and honored to have been a part of the best Elite Fitness & Performance Summit yet! Thank you to Nick, Ryan and the team at FR Nation for having me as a presenter. It was great to see so many people I love, honor & respect. This really was like a big… Continue reading Thank You EFPS 2018!