Stories from exercise science:
But new research from Brigham Young University reveals you may be able to slow one type of aging — the kind that happens inside your cells. As long as you’re willing to sweat.
New research from BYU exercise science professors finds that pro-inflammatory molecules actually go down in the knee joint after running.
New research from Brigham Young University finds that patients who undergo gastric bypass surgery after the age of 35 see a major improvement in long-term survival.
The first time back to the gym after a break usually results in sore muscles. Fortunately, the return trip a few days later—if it happens—is generally less painful. BYU researchers are finding out why.
Research showing the adverse effects of sedentary office work has given standing desks and treadmill desks new attention.
A new study authored by BYU exercise science researchers reveals great news about the Achilles heel: the Achilles tendon is capable of adapting to uphill and downhill running better than previously believed.
When Gracie Gold and Ashley Wagner head back out onto the ice this week they will be competing against the world’s best for Olympic gold.
BYU exercise science professor Bruce Bailey studied more than 300 women from two major Western U.S. universities over the course of several weeks and found that those with the best sleeping habits had healthier weights.
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