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Exercise and Bone Density
After many years of riding, competitive cyclists can show a decline in bone density. Cyclists need to incorporate some type of "impact" exercise (ie., jumping sports, change-in-direction running) into their routine, too.












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Mobile App

Our innovative and award-winning app "Exercise Calorie Converter" converts the calories in restaurant foods and beverages into minutes of exercise.

This update -- Version 3.0 -- offers more restaurants, over 5000 foods and beverages, a Quick-Check tool for foods not in the database, and some cool sharing functions.

MAKE SMARTER CHOICES WHEN YOU DINE OUT!





Today's Featured Topics



Pain Medications and the Athlete
Elite athletes and weekend warriors alike use pain meds for minor aches and pains. But what are the recommendations on how to use them properly? These questions, and more, are discussed in our review: "Pain Medications and the Athlete"

Activity Trackers
"Activity trackers," "fitness bands," "wearable fitness technology"....these are all terms for the hottest exercise gizmo on the market these days. To help you sort through some of the more popular ones, Read our review...

Sports Gels, etc...
In the beginning, athletes had sports drinks like Gatorade. Then, energy bars such as PowerBar were what serious endurance athletes used. Today, athletes and others who want quick energy during exercise now have another sports nutrition option: sports gels. Read our review on these products at: "Energy Gels, etc..."


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Stretching Anatomy"
AUTHOR:  Nelson A, Kokkonen J
LENGTH:  147 pages
LIST PRICE:  $19.95

"Stretching Anatomy" is a concise, though detailed, encyclopedia of stretches. Readers can benefit from the many illustrations and the accompanying guidelines. Both authors hold PhDs and are professors in kinesiology. This book is suitable for consumers, however, undergraduate students in exercise sciences and physical therapy may also find this to be a useful resource. Read more...





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