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Psychologists explain why at-home exercise machines like Peloton have what it takes to keep people moving

Peloton is taking a hint from the other kind of peloton, by incorporating social aspects into its workouts. Con Chronis/Getty Images Home is the new gym….

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The ‘Strange Science’ Behind The Big Business Of Exercise Recovery

From sports drinks to protein powders, from compression therapy to cupping — there’s a whole industry of products and services designed to help us adapt to and recover from exercise. But does…

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Exercise Can Help You Think More Clearly, A New Study Shows, & It Might Have To Do With Blood

Plenty of studies have shown that exercise can boost brain health over time, especially in older adults at risk for dementia. However, a new study published in…

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The dangers of hidden fat: Exercise is your best defense against deep abdominal fat

Scientists know that the type of fat you can measure with a tape isn’t the most dangerous. But what is the most effective way to…

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STARTING TO EXERCISE MIGHT MAKE YOU WANT HEALTHY FOOD

For a new study, researchers looked at 2,680 young adults who were not exercising regularly or dieting. After exercising for several weeks, the formerly sedentary…

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Exercise May Promote Gene Expression of Feel-Good Chemicals

The mood-boosting effects of exercise are well established. (See here, here, here, here.) A recent study (Choi et al., 2019) by researchers from Harvard Medical School used state-of-the-art Mendelian randomization to identify a causal…

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Exercise Helps Protect Against Depressive Disorders: These Foods May Help Too

Health experts have long insisted that the benefits of exercising daily are multiple. Besides helping you stay fit, exercising daily also helps regulate mood as…

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