Editors Note: If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Part 1 first! Find Rachel on Facebook and on Twitter. It was my second year of law school and enough was enough. I was going to lose weight. But I had made a couple of unsuccessful attempts already and given up each time. […]
When we put our minds to something, what can’t we humans accomplish? Set your goals high!
Editors Note: Rachel Mac is a commercial litigator in Chicago, Illinois, who lives a healthy lifestyle despite 12+ hours per day in the office. She has come up with a low-maintenance healthy lifestyle that allows her to eat well and hit the gym regularly, with a schedule that’s anything but […]
After yesterday’s post on the effects of exercise on the health of mitochondria, I came across the below video. This guy is 69, has a full head of hair, solid muscle definition, and looks closer to 49 than 69. This video really supports what the experimenters found in mice. Obvious […]
Mitochondria are microscopic power generators that create fuel for cells. Small genetic mutations occur when they multiply. Normally these are corrected by specialized cellular repair systems. As mammals age, the mutations occur more frequently than the system can correct for and the mitochondria die. Mitochondrion death is seen as a primary cause […]
Have you ever had the urge to slap a few rockets on your back and jump out of a plane? Me too. This guy just happened to do it. I like how, just for extra laughs, they have women standing on top of the planes. Good times.
WOW! It’s hard to describe the pure intensity of the Arnold. We gave out nearly 10,000 free bars, met thousands of new fans, and re-connected with hundreds of existing ones. Hearing directly from customers is so huge for us. The stories from IFBB competitors, body builders, those with celiac disease, […]
We will be at the Arnold Classic this weekend. Come say hello and get some free bars. Our booth is #209-211.
Testing has begun on a device that would allow a cardiologist to remotely monitor a patient’s vitals including ECG, heart rate, and GPS-based speed and location. Using this data, a doctor can keep tabs on a patient he has ‘prescribed’ exercise to. The initial testing was to see if it […]
Take equal parts of fructose and glucose and you have table sugar. Take 55% fructose and 45% glucose (actually it’s 55% fructose, 42% glucose and 3% higher saccharides) and you get high fructose corn syrup. There has long been a suspicion that humans process these sugars in different ways. The […]