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The Skinny on Being Fat

Think having a "normal" body weight equates to being healthy? If your answer is yes, you're sadly mistaken. Unfortunately, when it comes to measuring health, many rely solely on the scale. While the scale reading generally provides a quick…

The Body Mass Index Versus Body Composition: What You Need to Know

There is so much controversy surrounding continued use of the body mass index (BMI) in clinical and research settings. It’s well justified too. Because of this somewhat misleading tool a large percentage of people in the United States and…

Does Strength Training Turn Fat Into Muscle?

In this new era of exercise and fitness, there are countless old myths floating around that just won’t go away. One of the most widespread is the notion that strength training turns fat into muscle and that if you stop this type of training…

Guidelines for Taking Circumference Measurements

Measuring your training progress is a great way to continously monitor achievement of your general health and weight loss goals. Taking circumference measurements is one of the simplest methods by which you can do this. Using a tape measurer…