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Award winning journalist physicist and bestselling author of Endure Alex Hutchinson reveals the little known and often surprising truths that science has uncovered about exercise ranging from cardio and weights to competition to weight lossThere's plenty of conventional wisdom on health and fitness but how much of it is scientifically sound The truth is less than you'd thinkIn Which Comes First Cardio or Weights physicist and awar. I was impressed with the new science in this book Set up in a A format this book answers some common uestions about fitness and weight loss I m no novice to exercise techniues and the science behind them but it s been awhile since I ve read up on new exercise science While I don t think any of the answers are conclusive it cites lots of research studies with mediocre sample sizes I did learn a thing or two like drink pickle juice if you have cramps I will now tell people that encourage me to stretch after I warm up to SHUT UP There is no scientific evidence that supports the belief that stretching helps reduce injuries Further these warmup stretches lead to inefficiency so suck on that I ve been reading a lot about high intensity interval training which I ve been dabbling in for a few weeks so I was pleased to see it mentioned here This is a great book for those that know little about exercise andor those that think they do which could be anyone meatheads weight lifters gym rats
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Does it matter what I'm thinking about when I train Will drinking coffee help or hinder my performance Should I have sex the night before a competitionThis myth busting book covers the full spectrum of exercise science and offers the latest in research from around the globe as well as helpful diagrams and plenty of practical tips on using proven science to improve fitness reach weight loss goals and achieve better competition resul. Lots of common sense info in this book Loved the researched rational and the organization of topics
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D winning journalist Alex Hutchinson tackles dozens of commonly held beliefs and looks at just what research science has and has not proven to be trueShould I exercise when I'm sick Do I get the same workout from the elliptical machine that I get from runningWhat role does my brain play in fatigue Will running ruin my knees To lose weight is it better to eat less or exercise How should I adapt my workout routine as I get older . Hutchinson does the work for you by wading through the most recent studies to delineate scientifically strong fitness suggestions against folk tales with no factual evidence A good read for anyone who wants to exercise efficiently