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Psychological Benefits of Exercise

It’s clear to see the benefits that exercise has on the body, but do you know how it has been shown to affect the brain?   Exercise, especially cardio, wakes up the body and brain by increasing the flow of oxygen to the cells and tissues and increasing brain activity...

Protein Oxidation and Over-Training

The nature of exercise is to break the body down, so it can build itself back up stronger than before. But there is such a thing as too much training, which can be made worse by improper fueling.   What is protein oxidation? Ongoing biochemical reactions within...

Designed to Move | Ankylosing Spondylitis

What is Ankylosing Spondylitis? Spondyloarthropathy is a group of rheumatic, arthritic disorders, which affect the areas where the joints and ligaments connect to the bone called entheses. Although it most commonly found in the spine, the limbs can also be affected....

Exercise Intensity and Nutrient Need

There are metabolic differences between sedentary and trained individuals; therefore, it is important to know where you fall and feed your goals accordingly.   Energy needs & metabolic changes with exercise: The amount of energy that is expended in physical...