Building strength is traditionally achieved through lifting very heavy weights. However, according to a new research study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, physical strength may improve just as much from exercising the nervous system as the muscles themselves.
Everyone will… Read More
Oftentimes, the last thing people with achy joints want to do is move around. Usually, it’s out of fear that the inflammation in their joints and the pain they’re experiencing will only get worse. But although arthritis symptoms stop people… Read More
Patients living with Parkinson’s disease may experience tremors, slower movement, and issues with balance that can inhibit their ability to exercise and keep their body strong. This has proven to be an issue, as without regular exercise that includes some… Read More
Atrial fibrillation in older adults may affect strength, balance, gait speed, and coordination. A study has found that atrial fibrillation – a common form of irregular heartbeat – can accelerate age-related declines in walking speed and strength.
Lead author Jared … Read More
When we talk muscles and bones, you probably think of building strength with exercise. While physical activity does the trick, it’s not the only factor determining the strength or weakness of your muscles.
Aging is another large factor that can… Read More