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High Intensity Exercise
Research shows that short bursts of exercise (ie., 30-60 seconds), if performed at a relatively high intensity, can provide even better cardiovascular benefits than sustained exercise at moderate intensity.












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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.)

MAKE SMARTER CHOICES WHEN YOU DINE OUT!





Today's Featured Topics



Dining Out Tips
Many menu choices from franchise restaurants are extremely high in fat and sodium. To help get a perspective on some of these menus, read our review: "Dining Out Tips"

Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training
Monitoring your heart rate before, during, and after exercise just might be the most valuable health and fitness parameter you can measure on yourself. Learn all about it in our review: "Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training"

Motivating Kids to Exercise with Technology
Sadly, many health problems seen in adults as a result of poor nutrition and a sedentary lifestyle are now beginning to appear in children and adolescents. Many blame the TV and video games. But, is it possible to get kids moving by using video games? The answer appears to be "yes"! Read about it in this fascinating review: "Motivating Kids to Exercise: Is Technology the Answer?"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Food For Fitness"
AUTHOR:  Carmichael C, Rutberg J, Zawadzki K
LENGTH:  414 pages
LIST PRICE:  $25.95

For the average person, about 10% of daily calories should come from protein, and no more than 30% from fat. But, when you consume 6000-8000 calories per day, like Tour de France cyclists do, then these guidelines no longer apply. In "Food For Fitness", elite cyclist and coach Chris Carmichael reveals what serious athletes need to do to fine-tune their diet for optimum performance. Recommended reading for elite athletes and serious weekend warriors.
Read our review...





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