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Fat burners Do Not Impair Whole-body Fat Oxidation During Moderate-intensity Exercise in Adults.

Some lipid-lowering agents, for example, nicotinic acid, caffeine  and fibrates, decrease an individual’s ability to oxidize fat during exercise. However, it is unclear whether fat burners affect whole-body fat oxidation during exercise in athletic. Whether fatty acid oxidation is impaired in an active exercise population, while walking at a moderate intensity Analysis of respiratory data ... Read More

The Joint Powers during the Standing Long Jump and Maximum Isokinetic Strength of the Lower Limb Joints

The jumping motion is a basic movement of the human body and plays a fundamental role in sports and physical performance. Jumping from a standing start with maximum effort exerted at once (the vertical jump) requires maximum power output by the lower limb muscles. However, in jumping motions that involve complex technical aspects associated with ... Read More

How CrossFit Improves Your Mental Health

The CrossFit Hype What is CrossFit all about anyway? Greg Glassman, the founder of CrossFit, explains Crosfit as a mixture of weightlifting, gymnastics, and metabolic conditioning. It does not focus on only one part of your body, but rather on building your overall strength and fitness. One of the reasons CrossFit is so popular is it involves varied ... Read More
Crossfit Can Fix Stress & Anxiety

Crossfit Can Fix Stress & Anxiety

Many people have anxiety and stress. And most college students will say that that are stressed or identify with having anxiety. There are many things that can solve stress and anxiety like medications, oils, songs, creams, naps, screaming, ice cream, Jesus, cuddling, etc ect. BUT what if I told you a good stress relief and ... Read More
The Amazing Health Benefits of Olympic Weightlifting

The Amazing Health Benefits of Olympic Weightlifting

Olympic weightlifting is one of the world’s most enduring sports, but what is it that has attracted competitors for thousands of years? Tracing its roots back to ancient Greece and China, weightlifting was one of the seven sports that made up the programme of the first modern Olympic Games in Athens in 1896. Apart from ... Read More


This brief 2013 review published in Nature summarizes two studies investigating the metabolic impact of fructose overconsumption, placing them in the broader context of the scientific literature. Fructose is mechanistically linked to liver fat accumulation. Unlike glucose, fructose can be converted into fat in the liver in a largely unrestricted fashion, and thus high fructose diets can lead to ... Read More