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TOP 10 PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTOR ARTICLES
based on comprehensiveness, their resonance, and/or their enduring character

Challenge Your Mind,
 As Well As Your Body


New Thinking About Lactic Acid  

Balance
 Unappreciated, Misunderstood - and Neglected

Evidence of Anti-Aging Power of Exercise (Telomeres & Special Role of
 Strength Training)

The Awesome Power of Exercise
 More Help For Schizophrenics - and the Rest of Us

Resistance Training Builds Muscle--
and Mitochondria 

Miracle-Gro for the Brain--Exercise,
 BDNF, and Learning

Muscle Talk: The Metabolic Benefits
of High Intensity Exercise 

 Marvelous Mechanisms of the Heart - Strength Training's Unique Benefits

Intensity Matters at the Molecular Level - Adaptation Correlates with Intensity
 
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2. The Metabolism Myth
23. Soreness, What Does It Mean?
58. The Necessity of Intensity  
64. Potpourri:  High Protein Diets, Metabolism & Lifting Belts   
85. Harnessing Our "Mean Genes"  
86. Fat-Gain Triggers  
123. The Breakout Principle  
139. Train Your Brain 
199. Uniform Eating Goes Mainstream
204.
Reboot Your Brain With Exercise
206. Belly Fat May Be Deadly--How to Get Rid of It
224. A Nap Helps You Connect the Dots - and More
230.  Forget Heavy, Think Effort:  Muscle Fiber Activation & Rep Range
231.  The Importance of Sleep
247. Talking Back To Time On Exercise & Weight Control
248. High-Fat Diet Reduces Endurance 50% - In 9 Days
253.  
More Talk-back on Exercise and Weight Control 
255.
How Much Protein Can Muscles Use 
256. The Brain Factor in Obesity & Weight Control (brain shrinkage, diet switching, midnight eating)
259. Fish Oil Slows Aging - New Evidence Omega 3 Revitalizes Brain Cells
262.
Genes and Diet Choice - (Why Genes Are Not the Answer)
264.
More Support For Effort-Based Training - Even Light Resistance Builds Muscle If Lifted To Failure  
271. Brief Peak Exercise Has Continuing Metabolic Effect - Prolonged Exercise Burns Muscle - Fit Burn More Fat
273.
Testosterone Linked to Heart Problems, Improvements in Strength, Muscle Mass, Mobility--Study Halted
275.  Strength Training Good For The Brain
276.
Mediterranean-Style Diet Good For Brain & Heart; Foods Work Together
279. The Problem With Omega-6 
281. Light Weights Build Muscle - Study Provides Proof  
282.
Combined Strength & Endurance Training Best for Heart
289. Lessons From Olga and Ed, Dynamic Duo of Ageless Muscle
291. Walking: Wonder Drug for Your Brain--An Emerging Story
294.
Exercise Curbs Appetite: Mechanism Uncovered--How Your Gut Says I'm Full
296.
Exercise Proves Amazing Rejuvenator
304.
High Intensity Intervals May be Single Best Exercise - 30 seconds more effective than 3 minutes
306.
Fight Back Against Too Much Sitting - Your Job May Be Killing You, Say Researchers
309.
Cross-Training Doesn't Work - Unless it's Weight Training
310.
 Intensity, What Is It?  Intensity, Failure, Rep Range, Muscular Endurance, Specificity
311.
One More for Effort Based Training
312.
Volume Threshold in Muscle Building (1 Set vs. 3 Sets)
313.
Study Finds Calorie-Burn Up 14 Hours after Vigorous Exercise
314.
One Rep Max (1RM) Meaningless for Most People (How much you can lift once and for reps is fixed)
316.
Small Calorie Reductions = Large Weight Changes
317.
Weight Loss is a Dynamic Process
319.
Fatigue-Pump-Not Necessary for Strength Gains
322.
Strength Training Builds Endurance!
323.
Muscle Carries Aerobic Punch  
332.
Exercise:  Mother Nature's Waste Recycler (Cell Renewal Mechanism)
333.
Another Reason To Keep Moving (Effect On Blood Sugar)
340.
Study: Light & Heavy Weights Equally Effective for Building Muscle - Specificity Principle Prevails for Strength
342.
No Such Thing As Cardio!
354.
 Diet Sodas Linked to Diabetes
355.
Expanding Role for Sleep - Obesity and Diabetes
364.
Two Weeks of Reduced Activity Caused Muscle Wasting and Fat Gain
368.
Study Says Cure For Lot T may be--Estrogen
369.
Take Charge Austin Conference a Huge Success
371.
More Reasons To Beware of Diet Drinks
375.
 Testosterone Replacement Ups Heart & Stroke Risk by 30% - Study Warrants Caution - Lifestyle in Action 
376.
Control Your Genes With Exercise  
377.
Fast-Twitch Muscle Fights Fat and Aging Metabolism
378.
Healthy Obesity a Pipe Dream - Fat Cells Tell the Tale 
383.
Saturated Fat Not Heart Risk, Massive Study Finds; New Focus on Entire Diet
384.
Long-Term Marathon Runners Come Full Circle - Extreme Running Linked to Heart & Artery Disease  
387.
Weights Pump Up Sex Hormones in Muscles of Older Men 
390.
Give Your Ideas Legs:  Walking Spurs Creativity   
393.
How Much Exercise Is Too Much? My Once-a-Week Weight Routine
395.
Study Balances Risk of Testosterone Therapy (May be protective, No Heart Attack Risk, Exercise Helps)
396. Rethinking Saturated Fat - One Form Adds Belly Fat, Another Lowers Diabetes Risk
398. Trained Muscle Protects the Brain against Stress-Induced Depression
397.
Clarence at 77
400.
The HDL-Longevity Connection:  Gene--Diet/Lifestyle Interactions
402.
More HDL Cholesterol is Better - Unless it's the Wrong Kind or Risk Factors Present
404.
How Exercise Keeps Us Young
406.
Weight Training Key to Controlling Belly Fat; Effort May be Main Factor   
408.
Exercise Adds Years--Exploring the Limits

409.
Epigenetic Specificity--Gene Change Only in Train muscles
412.
What Keeps The Brain Fit & Healthy? 
413.
Anti-Aging Benefits Pile Up Over the Years
414.
Peaking for Competition: Waterlogged in Atlanta 
420.
Starchy Carbs:  The Missing Link in the Paleo Diet - Big Brains Need Grains  
424. 
Barbell Aerobics Finds Support
427.
Study Confirms Neuromuscular Advantage of Trainers; One Minute All-Out May Suffice
428.
Make "The Biggest Losers" Winners
429.
Top Marathoner Turns to Bodybuilding
431.
Testosterone Replacement vs Exercise  
434.
Muscle Growth Comes Only After Damage Repair
437. 
Exercise & Leanness Keep Brain Young
438.
Stored Fat Fights Fat Loss
440.
Exercise Non-Responders Respond to Change
443.
Too Much Endurance Exercise For Too Long Can Kill You
445.
The Challenge Mentality:  Response to Stress Affects Body and Mind
446.
Miracle Repeats in Albuquerque: Hip Pain Gone, Climbing Stairs Morning After, Home by Noon
447.
High Intensity Intervals Rejuvenate Aging Muscles
461.
Exercise Restores Pumping Power to Middle Aged Heart (New in January)
464.
Heart Rate: What Does It Means (New in April)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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