Podcast: 7 Questions Women Ask About Strength Training

  For a long time, women thought weight training was for men or athletes or “someone else.” Not anymore. We’ve learned that strength training has so many benefits for women that we simply can’t pretend it ISN’T for them! Join me as I explore 7 common questions I’ve gotten over the last 2+ decades from… Continue reading Podcast: 7 Questions Women Ask About Strength Training

Siblings of Kids With Autism or ADHD Are at Higher Risk For Both: Study

Later-born siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at elevated risk for both disorders, a new study led by Meghan Miller, assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and at the UC Davis MIND Institute, has concluded. The findings were published today in JAMA Pediatrics. The… Continue reading Siblings of Kids With Autism or ADHD Are at Higher Risk For Both: Study

Maternal Stress May Lead to Higher Stress in Children Later in Life: Study

A new study published in the Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease finds that mothers’ stress levels at the moment they conceive their children are linked to the way children respond to life challenges at age 11. SFU health sciences professor Pablo Nepomnaschy led an interdisciplinary research team on this first cohort study.… Continue reading Maternal Stress May Lead to Higher Stress in Children Later in Life: Study

Taking A Stand On Whether To Sit At Work

Office employees who opt to stand when working are likely to be burning only fractionally more calories than their seated colleagues, according to new research from the University of Bath. The study, published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, reveals that the ‘benefits’ of standing over sitting equate to little more… Continue reading Taking A Stand On Whether To Sit At Work

Youth Football, Concussions and Brain Injury – The Real Danger

Every autumn weekend in the US, thousands of youngsters as young as 5 years old strap on their pads, lace up their cleats and get after each other on the football field. However, fewer and fewer of them are playing tackle football. Parents are concerned about concussions, brain injuries and brain damage. Proponents of the… Continue reading Youth Football, Concussions and Brain Injury – The Real Danger

Podcast:Overtraining? 9 Signs to Watch For

We’ve all done it. Over-indulged in something and paid the price. Too much dessert or one toomany drinks. The aftermath is rough, but you get through it, right? Well, what if over-indulging in something that’s good for you might have the potential to damage your health? What if it might even be fatal? Overtraining can… Continue reading Podcast:Overtraining? 9 Signs to Watch For

DB Step-ups, Hip Activation and Knee Stability

What factors impact hip activation and knee stability? How are these altered in clients who are post-rehab for ACL tears? What should we look for as signs that an activity should be changed or adjusted to ensure that the desired training effect occurs? As it relates to glute/hip activation in relation to knee stability during… Continue reading DB Step-ups, Hip Activation and Knee Stability