Blogs about Muscle

Monday, April 20, 2020
Anytimefitness
Sarcopenia is age-related muscle atrophy, whereby the body starts to change with age leading to degeneration of skeletal muscles tissue. Those who are affected by sarcopenia are known to face loss of strength and suffer from general weakness, including reduced physical stamina. 
Friday, March 08, 2019 • Berkely, CA 94704
Craig Middleton's Blog
When you are new to exercising, you may have no clue what you should be doing to get fit. Everyone has different goals in mind they want to achieve from their efforts. Some may want to lose weight and others might want to be healthier.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018 • American Fork, UT 84003
HarcourtHealth
 There are dozens of obstacles to achieving your goal weight and muscle mass, especially if genetics aren’t on your side. As you work on boosting muscle, recovery is one of the most important aspects. If you don’t allow your muscles to properly recover, not only will it be difficult to obtain muscle mass, but you’ll also increase your risk for injury. Sleep plays a huge role in proper recovery.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 • Pine Bush, NY 12566
Juliet Gould's Blog
Every day people are exposed to hours of artificial light from a variety of sources – computers, video games, office lights and, for some, 24-hour lighting in hospitals and nursing homes. Now new research in animals shows that excessive exposure to “light pollution” may be worse for health than previously known, taking a toll on muscle and bone strength. 
Wednesday, September 07, 2016 • Denver, CO 80204
Courtney Shelby's Blog
Protein shakes are famous these days. There are green ones, red ones, chocoate one, vegan ones and whey ones. But if you are loading them up with lots of fruit, protein powder, yogurt, oils and everything else, you are probably pretty frustrated and gaining weight. A typical shake has 20-25 grams of protein, which can be 1/3 to 1/2 protein requirement for the day for alot of people. At the end of the day, calories do count. Sorry guys! Most people are taking in too much fat and sugar for in their shakes, more than enough for the entire day. They are meal replacments typically, not snacks.