From hardcore athletes to ordinary, achy citizens, a therapeutic massage has long been touted as a way to bring strained muscles back to life. Does science back that up?
Have you ever tried to outrun a cheetah? It's a safe bet you lost, right? You could out-endure a cheetah, though, so take heart! Here's why humans traded speed and strength for endurance.
Static stretching might help sports performance after all, but only when done after a good warm-up and for less than a minute for each muscle group.
After exercising, your muscles begin to grow. How exactly does this process work?
Some athletes are bypassing the sports drink aisle in favor of breast milk, saying it's a natural source of energy.
Hey, guys... got a nose you think is too big? Well it might just be the thing that helps you bulk up at the gym. That's right, as Anthony tell us, there's a very interesting connection between a big schnoz and bigger muscles.
Clenching your muscles at the moment of decision can help boost self-control, research finds.
Though there's no way to prevent the bone growing phenomenon, scientists now have a starting point to develop drugs that can treat the problem.