Originally Published: on July 21, 2021 | The New York Times | By Gretchen Reynolds A cellular chat after your workout may explain in part why weight training burns fat. We all know that lifting [Read More]
Tom Pidcock, Kai Lenny and the rise of the Multi-Dimensional Athlete
Originally Published: on May 16, 2021 | Peterabraham.medium.com | By Peter Abraham Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers was released in 2008. His insight that you need to put in “10,000 [Read More]
Lower Back Pain, Sore Necks, Hunched Shoulders: How WFH Isn’t Working for Our Bodies
Originally Published: on May 6, 2021 | WSJ Magazine | By Fiorella Valdesolo “I’ve been a chiropractor since 1982, and I’ve never seen more low back crisis patients in my office than now,” says Isis [Read More]
Cold-water immersion following sprint interval training.
Originally Published: on Oct. 1, 2017 | American Journal of Physiology | By James R. Broatch, Aaron Petersen, and David J. Bishop Cold-water immersion following sprint interval training [Read More]
The Pandemic Drove People to Tennis and Golf. Will They Keep Playing?
Originally Published: on Mar. 11, 2021 | New York Times | By Matthew Futterman and Bill Pennington In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic all but shuttered recreational sports and leisure [Read More]
Why Endurance Athletes Feel Less Pain
Originally Published: on Oct. 7, 2020 | Outsideonline.com | By Alex Hutchinson While researching a book on endurance a few years ago, I interviewed a German scientist named Wolfgang Freund who had [Read More]
11 Minutes of Exercise a Day May Help Counter the Effects of Sitting
Originally Published: on Dec. 2, 2020 | The New York Times | By Gretchen Reynolds Walking for at least 11 minutes a day could lessen the undesirable health consequences of sitting for hours [Read More]
Weight Training May Help Ease Anxiety
Originally Published: on Nov. 10, 2020 | The New York Times | By Gretchen Reynolds Roiled by concerns about the pandemic and politics? Lifting weights might help, according to a timely [Read More]