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By cutting down on recovery time we may be getting poorer results and therefore wasting our time.
There are ways to improve self-control and willpower.
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What core exercises will give you the most effective training.
The phrase “training the core” is used so often in sports and exercise that it may have lost much of its meaning.
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There are a variety of muscle cramps, but I will primarily be discussing those that occur during or after exercise.
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A 2009 study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology tried to answer this question
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