A new study indicated that exercisers can burn as many as 200 extra calories in as little as 2.5 minutes of concentrated effort a day—as long as they intersperse longer periods of easy recovery in a practice known as sprint interval training. The finding could make exercise more manageable for would-be fitness buffs by making exercise more effecient.
High-intensity Interval Training Makes Middle-Aged People Smarter
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) makes middle-aged people not only healthier but smarter, according to a new Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) study, financed by the ÉPIC Centre and Montreal Heart Institute Foundations.
Cold and flu season has arrived. Though your nose may be running, your throat a bit scratchy and your body aching, many people wonder should you hit your local the gym to exercise and "sweat it out" or should you rest?