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Determining Resting Heart Rate
The best time of day to measure your resting heart rate is right after you wake up (preferably without an alarm clock or the dog jumping on you!), and, before you even sit up in bed.












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Today's Featured Topics



Dietary Protein and Exercise
The appropriate amount of dietary protein is confusing even for healthcare professionals. This article summarizes the latest protein intake recommendations to optimize health and athletic performance. Read more at: "Protein and Exercise"

Measuring Fitness: Aerobic Capacity
Can you name the 5 elements of "fitness"? More importantly, of those 5, which is the most important to your health? The answer to that latter question is "aerobic capacity," sometimes referred to as "cardiorespiratory fitness." Read more at: "Measuring Fitness: Aerobic Capacity"

Neighborhood Exercise
To be honest, you really don't need to join a gym to exercise. There are lots of options for exercising right in your own neighborhood: walking, running, biking, and rollerblading are just several activities. For more ideas, read our review: "Neighborhood Exercise"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "The Testosterone Advantage Plan"
AUTHOR:  Schuler L, Volek J
LENGTH:  312 pages
LIST PRICE:  $13.00

Author Lou Schuler set out to uncover a diet-and-exercise plan that boosts testosterone output naturally. He enlisted academic nutritionist Jeff Volek, RD, PhD, and strength trainer Mike Mejia (CSCS) to develop the nutrition and training regimens, respectively. At first, we weren't impressed with this book, but then, we kept reading. See what you think.
Read our review...





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