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To make a massive understatement, modern innovation in the global consumer health and fitness technology landscape is skyrocketing in several ways. Even just a brief glimpse at only a handful of the things to find in current market can carry you on a dynamic trip from polar end to end of user experience spectrum, from the smart and subtle to the shamelessly fashionable with substance.
The full range of top-performing, non-profit organizations in the nation contribute to causes that concern everything from healthcare policies to education reform. Nonprofit Pro touched on a number of trends in the non-profit sphere affecting the income flow of organizations around the globe as they adjust to new socioeconomic and internal hurdle. Of all the challenges, verifying credibility has been a hot point of focus for newer organizations.
Exercise frequency is a pretty dense topic, and that's for a good reason. The density of the exercise frequency topic is proportional to the level of importance that it really has for proper exercise program design.
The United States Department of Agriculture reports that there are about just about 180 milligrams of cholesterol in the yolk of a single large egg. To date, eggs have gotten more than just a little bit of attention as the constant subject of nutrition-based debates.
It’s been a bit of a tough time for Fitbit lately. There’s no doubting that the wearable tech giant took an Olympic leap from relatively obscure beginnings to becoming the biggest thing in exercise land since ballistic talking creatine bread; even though that’s something I just made up on the spot, you can’t deny Fitbit was a pretty damn big deal for more than a little bit.
Resistance training counts for a lot more than just raw muscle mass. With enough consistency, a solid resistance training program can be like an all-out physiological overhaul. The following are all some of the most important benefits bestowed upon the body by conscious commitment to resistance training on a regular basis.
In the year 2007, a San Francisco-headquartered company by the name of Healthy Metrics Research, Inc. changed its name to match what would become its breakout product: Fitbit. However, is Fitbit’s past prominence enough to help it weather the tide of current market activity? Let’s look at a few figures below just to put everything in context.
Icaros, engineered by Michael Schmidt and Johannes Scholl of Hyve in the year 2015, is billed as a "virtual reality fitness gaming system". A few of the trade shows that Icaros made initial impressions at were Expo Milano 2015, Wired Conference 2015, ISPO 2015 and Media Convention 2015. Three years after its founding, Icaros gained recognition as a 2018 ISPO Award gold winner.
Black Box VR, founded by Bodybuilding.com’s Preston Lewis and Ryan DeLuca, brands itself as a builder of the “future of fitness”. After spearheading the globe’s single largest supplement retailer, the Bodybuilding.com team moved onto the Black Box project in 2016. Two years later, Black Box has gained recognition at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and emerged as what could be one of the most ambitious brand names on the fitness tech horizon to date. But do the numbers back up its promises?
Cables, dumbbells and barbells are beautiful things, but they’re definitely not the only things you can use to get yourself a good gravity-based burn. Even if you were stuck out on an island with nothing heavier to lift than your hallucinations, you’ve still got the most inexpensive and high-maintenance exercise machine in the world: the human body.
Low-fat. Fat-free. Protein-sparing. Carbo-loading. Carb-free. If you had a dollar for every fad diet ever promoted with combination of the following terms, you could probably pay off the combined student loan debt of Texas and New York combined. More than a fifth of of headlining Newsweek stories concerned health-based topics just a decade ago, and things haven't slowed down since. Between all the fine lines dividing fact and fiction, how do you sort between real science and the snake oil? Let’s start by breaking each of these macronutrients down to their basic building blocks.
Several exercises for a workout that works wonders for the lower body.
Americans spend $60 billion per year dieting, and the typical American dieter makes 4 annual attempts. Out of all the dozens of millions of people who make an attempt, one of the most popular and potentially misleading things they'll hear is “calories in, calories out”. People repeat the phrase like a sacred chant up and down the halls of the health and fitness industry, but it's only one piece of the bigger picture.
In any weight loss war, the mental skirmish happens before and after the physical one. A gym is a place that people physically enter and exit, but people have got permanent residence in their own heads. Successful weight loss takes critical thinking, so naturally, it’s best played like a thinking game. The following are six psychological strategies that can help you burn pounds off more quickly and keep them off permanently.
So many workout plans begin without ever touching the first bullet point: knowing what in the world you're specifically doing it for in the first place. We've got weight loss, explosive power, muscle growth, maximal strength, toning, speed, and every other motivation under the umbrella of "get in shape." This article covers how to hit specific goals with specific calorie counts.