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Interval training is tough , but it’s the best way to keep in shape when you don’t have a lot of time on your hands. That said, if you want to do it right, The New York Times suggests you stick with very specific timing.
If you’ve ever wondered what kind of diet athletes who need the most possible bang for their caloric buck enjoy when they’re training, the folks at ASAPScience have the answer. If you’re training or just want to see what type of carb, protein, and fat balance the pros aim for, this video will show you.
You can get a complete workout with just your body. This “Periodic Table of Bodyweight Exercises” showcases dozens of moves — from easy to insane — you can do to build strength and/or reduce fat.
If you’ve wondered why some people just take naturally to some competitive sports or exercise than others, the answer may be in their genes — but that doesn’t mean genetics is the only thing at play. Some people respond to training better than others, but everyone can be trained. This video from ASAPScience explains why.
Stretching is one of those activities that seems to get picked on a lot. Sometimes, we’re told that we absolutely need to stretch before exercising, while other times we’re told it doesn’t matter. AsapSCIENCE breaks down the science of it all and shows us which activities benefit from stretching and which don’t.
Staying hydrated is essential for your health, particularly when you’re working out and possibly losing a lot of water through sweat. This infographic from Greatist and CamelBak take the mystery out of how much water you need to drink, depending on the kind of exercise you do and other factors.