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TOP 10 AEROBIC
 TRAINING ARTICLES
based on comprehensiveness, their resonance, and/or their enduring character

 HeavyHands Revisited
(Is strength-endurance
 a unique form of fitness?)  

500m Distance Reignites Rowing Zeal 

The Perfect Mile: Lost Lesson From
First 4-Minute Mile

Sprints Build Endurance!
 (Intensity Trumps Volume)

Aerobics, Do You Need It? Complete Fitness in 12 Minutes a Week

McGuff's Brief Muscular Effort and Maffetone's Slow Aerobics, Never the Twain Shall Meet?

Sub-Max Intervals Everyone Can Use

Barbell Aerobics Strategy Works
Train Low, Train High Approach Works For Rowers--How Much Training Is Too Much?

Single Sprint Effective & Time-Efficient
Way To Build Fitness 

Study Confirms Neuromuscular Advantage of Trainers; One Minute All-Out May Suffice
 

 
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10.   Forget The Fat-Burn Zone (What's best for fat burn & fitness?)
11.   In Search Of The Ideal Aerobics Routine
12.   Intervals For Fitness & Fat Loss (Q&A with Dr. Pat O'Shea)
15.   Peak Shape - at 60 (with 4 new photos)
30.   Escaping The Fat-Burn Zone (High/Low Intensity Aerobics)
59.   Father of Aerobics Pumps More Iron   
88.   Rowing: Follow-up to Article #84 
106. One Year Older - and Faster (2003 Rowing Update)  
110. If You Think You Can....... (Update to Article 88)  
112. Tabata vs. GXP  
121. Challenge At Birmingham - British Indoor Rowing Championships
125. New Heavyhands!  
134. Breakthrough - Success is Sweet  
 
139.
 Train Your Brain 
140. Row & Flow (Psychology of Optimum Performance in any sport)
164  Running to the Highest Peak - and the Deepest Valley
182. Aerobic Exercise Pumps Up Your Brain 
203. Athletes Winning Over Age
204.
Reboot Your Brain With Exercise
205.
Bible of Evolutionary Fitness: Primal, Practical, Playful
211. Intervals For (Almost) Everyone  
215.
Drugs produce marathon mice - with exercise (and without)
222. Aerobics Marks 40-Year Anniversary
237. Too Much Sitting Is Risky - Even For People Who Train
238.
Short Hard Intervals Improve Insulin Action - 7.5 Minutes a Week Helps Ward Off Diabetes
246.
Strength and Fitness Fight Cancer Independently
260. Aerobics Combats Mental Decline, Once-weekly Lifting Improves Cognitive Skills
261.
Go Hard and Go Home - Intervals My Way
266. The Awesome Power of Exercise - More Help For Schizophrenics - and the Rest of Us
267.
 Interval Training Reduces Arterial Stiffness
271.
Brief Peak Exercise Has Continuing Metabolic Effect - Prolonged Exercise Burns Muscle - Fit Burn More Fat
274. Physical Activity Matters, Fitness Matters More
281.
Light Weights Build Muscle - Study Provides Proof  
282.
Combined Strength & Endurance Training Best for Heart
283.
Change Your Lifestyle, Change Your Life
285.
PACE:  Beyond Intervals
287. Combination--Weights and Aerobics--Best for Diabetics
291.
Walking: Wonder Drug for Your Brain--An Emerging Story
296.
Exercise Proves Amazing Rejuvenator
300.
Interval Sprints for Teens - Improvements with 15% of Exercise Time
302.
Bending The Aging Curve (Book Commentary): Using Exercise to Keep Us Young and Fit
304.
High Intensity Intervals May be Single Best Exercise--30 seconds more effective than 3 minutes
309.
Cross-Training Doesn't Work - Unless it's Weight Training
313.
Study Finds Calorie-Burn Up 14 Hours after Vigorous Exercise
315.
Aerobic Exercise Beats Weights for Reducing Belly Fat
318.
Resistance Training Helps Keep the Brain Fit
322.
Strength Training Builds Endurance!
323.
Muscle Carries Aerobic Punch
324.
Resistance Training Builds Muscle--and Mitochondria 
325.
Miracle-Gro for the Brain--Exercise, BDNF, and Learning
326.
Short, Hard Intervals for Type 2 Diabetes
327.
Chaos Training
336.
15 Minutes Daily Exercise Minimum Needed to Extend Lifespan: 15 Minutes Adds 3 Years
338.
Same Day Weights & Aerobics - More Efficient and More Productive
339.
Physical Activity - All Kinds - Boosts Brain Power (Running - Weight Training - Washing Dishes)
342.
No Such Thing As Cardio!
343.
Strength Training or Aerobics, Which is Best to Prevent Diabetes & Cognitive Decline?
344.
Exercise Rejuvenates Failing Hearts: Function Improves Regardless of Age
346.
Muscle Talk: The Metabolic Benefits of High Intensity Exercise
349.
 Is Aerobic Training Best For Fat/Weight Loss?
352. 
Training Frequency:  Twice a Week, Four, Six?  
353.
Ski Erg Renews Competitive Zeal
359.
Total Conditioning the Arthur Jones/Nautilus Way
 
369.
Take Charge Austin Conference a Huge Success
372.
Fitness Fights Cancer
375.
 Testosterone Replacement Ups Heart & Stroke Risk by 30% - Study Warrants Caution - Lifestyle in Action  
377.
Fast-Twitch Muscle Fights Fat and Aging Metabolism
378.
Healthy Obesity a Pipe Dream - Fat Cells Tell the Tale 
384.
Long-Term Marathon Runners Come Full Circle - Extreme Running Linked to Heart & Artery Disease
388.
  About HDL "Good Cholesterol" 
389.  
Couch Potatoes More at Risk than Smokers
390.
Give Your Ideas Legs:  Walking Spurs Creativity   
391.
Marvelous Mechanisms of the Heart - Strength Training's Unique Benefits
393.
 How Much Exercise Is Too Much? My Once-a-Week Weight Routine
398.
Trained Muscle Protects the Brain against Stress-Induced Depression
403.
Intensity Matters at the Molecular Level - Adaptation Correlates with Intensity
406.
Weight Training Key to Controlling Belly Fat; Effort May be Main Factor   
408.
Exercise Adds Years--Exploring the Limits

412.
Physical and Mental Exercise Combine to keep the Brain Fit & Healthy 
424. 
Barbell Aerobics Finds Support
427.
Study Confirms Neuromuscular Advantage of Trainers; One Minute All-Out May Suffice
440.
Exercise Non-Responders Respond to Change
443.
Too Much Endurance Exercise For Too Long Can Kill You
447.
High Intensity Intervals Rejuvenate Aging Muscles
458.
Interval Training Psychology - What Works for Body and Mind (New in December)
461.
Exercise Restores Pumping Power to Middle Aged Heart (New in January)
462.
Older Trainers Get More Bang for Buck (New in March)
463.
Minimum Effective Dose? Cutting Sprint Intervals from 20 to 10 sec (New in March)
464.
Heart Rate: What It Means (New in April)
          

 

 

 

 

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