While some continue to believe that exercise is the key to weight loss, most experts now agree that exercise alone just isn’t going to cut it and, in some case, may even make some people eat more. However, two recent studies hint that exercise of a certain form and duration could change the way our bodies interact with food in complex ways that give our appetites the stop sign.Read More
ACE-sponsored Study: Hot Yoga—Go Ahead and Turn Up the Heat
The heat and humidity are stifling. Sweat pours down the brows and bodies of two dozen people as they contort into vinyasa yoga poses, diligently trying to follow along with the instructor. Based on the heat this could be India, the birthplace of yoga. But it’s actually winter in Wisconsin, at The Body and Sol Yoga Studio in the little town of Onalaska.Read More
It sounds like an outrageous infomercial claim, but is it really possible to get fit in just minutes per day? A slate of new studies might have uncovered a way to finally squash the I-don’t-have-time-to-exercise excuse, and it may even help shake things up for diehard fitness enthusiasts.Read More
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