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Strength-Training Tip #1
To improve muscular strength, it is necessary to increase the load periodically. However, don't make those increments larger than 5-10%.

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Mobile App

Our innovative and award-winning app "Exercise Calorie Converter" converts the calories in restaurant foods and beverages into minutes of exercise.

Version 3.0 -- released in Spring 2017 -- offers more restaurants, over 6000 foods and beverages, a Quick-Check tool for foods not in the database, and some cool sharing functions. (NOTE: Version 3.3 was released February 2018.)


Today's Featured Topics

Exercise For Obesity
Don't fall into the trap of thinking that obesity can't be overcome. With regular exercise and the proper diet, it can! But, it requires a lot of discipline. Assuming a weight loss of 2 pounds per week -- which is the recommended goal -- it will take a full year to lose 100 lbs. Learn more in: "Exercise For Obesity"

Exercise Guidelines for Health: Official Recommendations
Do you want the latest "Official" recommendations for how much to exercise to improve your health? Well, here they are!: "Exercise Guidelines for Health: Official Recommendations"

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"

Exercise Books and Videos

TITLE:  "Nutritional Ergogenic Aids"
AUTHOR:  Wolinsky I, Driskell J
LENGTH:  536 pages
LIST PRICE:  $99.95

"Nutritional Ergogenic Aids" is one of the most comprehensive (if not THE most comprehensive) books we've found on this topic. However, it is a research-intensive academic textbook. It is definitely not intended for the weekend warrior or serious athlete. Even though we don't normally review academic texts, we included this one because it is so thorough and well-researched.
Read our review...

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