MUSCLE QUALITY AND THE NEUROLOGICAL SYSTEM: PART 1

Welcome to our series on Muscle Quality. In our first post in the series, called Muscle Quality: Improving It Will Change Your Life, we discussed the many long term health benefits that improving one’s muscle quality can provide. In today’s post, we will focus on how improving our Muscle Quality through strength training can improve our neurological system. …

MUSCLE QUALITY AND THE NEUROLOGICAL SYSTEM: PART 2

In our last post, Muscle Quality and the Neurological System: Part 1, we discussed the initial neurological changes that occur when we begin or restart our exercise program. The recruitment of dormant muscle fibers that have been efficiently put to rest by our nervous system are now being called back into action. Similar to when LeBron …

MUSCLE QUALITY AND “CARDIO”

Welcome to our Muscle Quality series. Be sure to check out the other articles in this series: Muscle Quality: Improving It Will Change Your Life, Muscle Quality and the Neurological System: Part 1, Muscle Quality and the Neurological System: Part 2, and Muscle Quality and Fat Loss. EXERCISING “FOR YOUR HEART?” Perhaps the most misunderstood concept of exercise surrounds …

THE DOWNSIDE TO PROLONGED “CARDIO”

Welcome to our continuing blog series all about the impact that Muscle Quality has on many areas of your overall health. Be sure to check out the other articles in this series: Muscle Quality: Improving It Will Change Your Life, Muscle Quality and the Neurological System: Part 1, Muscle Quality and the Neurological System: Part 2, Muscle Quality and …

HOW TO COMBAT OSTEOPOROSIS THROUGH STRENGTH TRAINING

Welcome to our continuing blog series all about the impact that Muscle Quality has on many areas of your overall health. One area which is of special concern to many of us is Osteoporosis. This article, along with our last post, Muscle Quality and Osteoporosis, aim to explain how improving Muscle Quality through strength training can …

MUSCLE QUALITY AND GASTROINTESTINAL HEALTH

Answer: Gerd, acid reflux, inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS), diverticulosis, colitis, Crohn’s disease, cramping, and colon cancer. Question: What are the most common gastrointestinal problems people experience? THE GASTROINTESTINAL HEALTH CRISIS Gastrointestinal, or GI problems, are rapidly growing conditions that affect 60-70 million people with costs escalating over $142 billion nationwide.  While the number of people with …