How Many Calories Do You Burn Fishing?

Fishing can be a great deal of fun for anyone. Whether you are a first-time fisherman, a novice angler or you are a seasoned veteran, the thrill of the catch can be a hard feeling to rival. And not only can fishing be fun and exciting for virtually anyone, but it is also a sport… Read More

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Tips Backed By Science to Help You Increase Your Physical Strength

Being immersed in military training is no joke. Once you enlist, you are accountable for various duties and responsibilities as a citizen and a recruit. Military training is a tough and long process, which will start with basic training – aka military boot camp. Since boot camp will last for 6 to 13 weeks, you… Read More

Right & Strength…

“There is only one right in the world and that right is one’s own strength.” Adolf Hitler (1889 to 1945) Adolf Hitler, also known as Der Führer (“The Leader”) was the leader of the Nazi Party (from 1920-21) and chancellor (Kanzler) and Führer of Germany (1933-45). He was chancellor from 30 January 1933, and, after… Read More

The Benefits of Understanding Biomechanics for the Fitness Professional & their Clients

Operating an engine beyond its limits is readily observable by the red line displayed on the tachometer of most cars. Similarly, the human body may be loaded beyond the limits of the skeletal system and muscles that act on the moving human frame. Unfortunately, most people are not aware of the mechanical risks of physical… Read More

What is the Effect of Whole Body Vibration on the Handgrip Strength of Soldiers?

Research Paper Title Effects of Whole Body Vibration Intervention on Handgrip Strength of Brazilian Healthy Soldiers. Background Whole body vibration (WBV) exercises have been investigated as an alternative and complementary method to traditional resistance programs for fitness improvements in healthy subjects. Active militaries must have a high fitness level and have to improve some physical… Read More

Millennials: Linking Lack of ‘Hard Work’ and Handshakes

For those of you who like a firm handshake, here are some interesting research/study findings: Researchers asked 237 participants aged under 30 to exert as much force as they could on a hand dynamometer, which measures grip force in pounds. The results showed that strength scores were lower for both men and women than they were… Read More