William Davis

Dimethylglycine: The key to stamina, performance and endurance

In the 1970s, scientists were able to isolate an amino acid known as DMG from its source. Eventually, it became one of many nutrients used by athletes to help give them a performance edge. But why should athletes get all the benefits? Find out what DMG can do for you…

Tracey G. Ingram, AuD

6+ benefits of whole-body vibration

Whole-body vibration is a form of passive exercise for improving neuromuscular performance. But from your bones to your hormones, there’s even more this long-used therapy can do fo you…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Could this be the secret to meeting all your resolutions?

Approximately 45 percent of us make New Year’s resolutions to limprove our health. Unfortunately, 80 percent of us give up by February. After all, it’s not always easy. But there’s something that can boost your odds and help you stick with it…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

4 ways endurance training disease-proofs your body

If you’ve been wondering what the best exercise may be, you may have found it… especially if your goals are to slash your risk of disease, kickstart your metabolism, reduce your bad cholesterol and quench heart-harming inflammation. It all comes down to what endurance training does for your gut.

Craig Cooper

Should you try red light therapy to boost testosterone?

Using red light therapy to boost testosterone levels is one of many “biohacks” circulating around the internet at the moment promising to restore your energy and sexual health to your former years. Does that mean you should try it?

Sam Rolley

The ‘additive’ that gives your heart some get-up-and-go

Its earthy flavor can definitely be an acquired taste. But if you’re trying to get back into shape — especially following a heart-related scare — it’s a flavor you’ll quickly learn tastes a lot like relief mixed with a powerful dash of get-up-and-go.