A new study compared two weeks of higher volume training versus two weeks of higher intensity training. The findings could have important implications for how athletes think about training interventions.
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A new study out of Kaiser Permanente Southern California looks at the correlation between activity level and COVID hospitalizations and mortality.
The big data report is based on Fitbit-like measurements, not dubious questionnaires.
“If you want to have a healthy brain, you have to have a moving body,” says Dr. Jaime Tartar.