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Forced Repetitions

Posted On Aug 16, 2013 By Chad Martin

Chad Martin on advantages and disadvanted of forced repetitions weight lifting
For many years, I have lifted solo because I've always found it difficult to find a good lifting partner with the right work ethic, punctuality and schedule. But lifting by yourself comes with many challenges, especially when you try to... Read More

Can Strength Training Improve Cardio Function in Elderly?

Posted On Aug 16, 2013 By Tim Arndt, Resistance Training Specialist

Resistance training class using free weights at the gym
Resistance training in older populations has long been proven to an effective means in improving one's overall quality of life by reducing the effects of sarcopenia– the natural occurrence of age related muscle wasting– and improving balance. Reducing sarcopenia increases... Read More

Protein Q&A: The 5 Things You Must Know

Posted On Aug 16, 2013 By Erin Kuh, MBA, RD

Protein Bar
Eating protein at the right time and in the right amount can help you lose weight, preserve and build muscle, increase strength, and keep hunger at bay longer than just eating carbs. Proteins are essential to our daily functioning. Broken... Read More

Healthy and Delicious Almond Flour and Gluten-free Recipes: Entrées

Posted On Aug 13, 2013 By Bowflex Insider Team

Gluten free almond flour recipes for entrees
Earlier this month we shared with you a couple of our favorite almond flour appetizer recipes, courtesy of the Almond Board of California. Now we have two mouth-watering recipes for entrées: Gluten-free Chesapeake Crab Cakes with Almond Aioli and a... Read More

Five Food Myths You Need To Forget

Posted On Aug 12, 2013 By Jennifer Galardi

Diet Plans - Five food myths to never forget
Many of us try to eat healthy. But with all the fads, trends, diets, new products and claims, it's no wonder people wanting to make a change are left saying, "Huh?" It's difficult to know what's honest and what's hype.... Read More