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Chances are you’ve heard of a familiar-sounding game that took the social media world by storm recently. Pokémon has returned—new and improved with a little twist.
Exercising in the heat can be challenging. Your body starts to sweat to cool down. But if you’re working out and your body stops sweating you may have a more serious problem: heat related illnesses (heat exhaustion or heat stroke).
While the popularity of high-intensity interval training has been wonderful for our ability to get results from our fitness programs, it has also brought with it an increase in the prevalence of overtraining. ACE pro Jonathan Ross explains why you may be overtraining, yet...