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Mind and Body (Cardio or Weights Part 12)

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. — Scott If my brain is tired, will my body’s performance suffer? Short Answer:  Yes

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Science Summary: Weight Management (Cardio or Weights Part 10)

Before you read, take a look at my post on dieting!  I cover a lot of the practical things there and a lot of the science things here. This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are

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Science Summary: Exercise and Aging (Cardio or Weights Part 9)

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. — Scott What’s the cumulative effect of all the exercise I’ve done over the years?

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Science Summary: Injuries and Recovery (Cardio or Weights Part 8)

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. Ouch, I think I sprained something.  How long should I stay off it? Short Answer:

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Science Summary: Strength and Power (Cardio or Weights Part 6)

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. —Scott Do I need strength training if I just want to be lean and fit?

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Science Summary: Aerobic Exercise (Cardio or Weights Part 5 )

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. — Scott Why should I do cardio if I just want to build my muscles?

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Science Summer: Physiology ( Cardio or Weights Part 4)

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. — Scott What role does my brain play in fatigue? Short Answer:  The central fatigue

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Science Summary: Getting Started ( Cardio or Weights Part 2)

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. — Scott Will exercising in cold air freeze my lungs? Short Answer: No Longer Answer:

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Science Summary: Fitness Gear ( Cardio or Weights Part 3 )

This post is a continuation on my series through Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? All of the following questions are taken from this book and the answers are paraphrased from the authors words with my interpretations and thoughts added in. — Scott Is running on a treadmill better or worse than running outside? Short Answer:

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Science Summary: Getting There (Cardio or Weights Part 1)

In the next few summary posts, I’ll be giving the takeaway points from Alex Hutchinson’s Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights.  This book takes a look at many common questions asked in the fitness industry and pairs them with an answer backed by a published scientific study.  Overall, I’ve been very impressed with the scope of

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