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High Intensity Exercise
New research is showing that short bursts of exercise (ie., several minutes), if performed at a relatively high intensity, can provide the same cardiovascular benefits as sustained exercise at moderate intensity.










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Today's Featured Topics



Hiking
Hiking is a great low-impact aerobic workout. In this review, we tell you everything you need to know to prepare for a long hike. Read more...

Personal Trainers Should Not Offer Nutrition Advice
Most personal trainers offer nutrition advice to their clients. What's wrong with that? After all, it's nearly impossible to improve your fitness without also considering nutrition issues. Read more about this controversial topic in our review: "Personal Trainers Should Not Offer Nutrition Advice"

Energy Drinks
Energy drinks are very popular. But, do they really work? What's in them? Are they safe? Are "energy" drinks and "sports" drinks the same thing? Find the answers to these questions and more at: "Energy Drinks"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Complete Conditioning for Martial Arts"
AUTHOR:  Cochran S
LENGTH:  175 pages
LIST PRICE:  $19.95

To be a good martial artist, your level of overall fitness needs to be pretty high. Unfortunately, there aren't many books on this topic. "Complete Conditioning for Martial Arts" is one of the few we could find. And, it's a good one. It covers everything: strength-training, plyometrics, stretching, etc., and supports those discussions with specific exercise routines and lots of black-and-white photos of subjects performing specific exercises. Read more...





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