The truth about picthing velocity and shoulder durability in Pitchers: where does the speed come from?

I recently read an article in Sports Illustrated about pitchers losing their arms once they go pro. Apparently this is a phenomenon of some sort. It is a common problem in certain clubs, and not a problem in others. So what is happening to these […]

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Diet or Regular? Which is Better?

Are you a diet soda drinker? Do you ever wonder if it really is better than regular?   Many of us turn to diet soda to get our taste of “fizzy” without all of the nasty calories in regular soda. After taking a quick glimpse […]

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Exercise for Weight Loss

Studies show that desk jobs dramatically increase your risk of metabolic syndrome and obesity. Exercise causes a temporary adaptation in insulin sensitivity that will lower your rest blood sugar levels for about 6-24 hours (depending on the exercise type and intensity). An easy way to […]

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Quercetin: A Natural Anitihistamine

Over the last several years, it has come to light that I have a severe mold allergy.  A typical response for me is a very swollen throat (it closes), stuttering and varying degrees of disorientation. One thing that I have noticed results in a fast […]

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Exactly what is a dissertation? How is it completely different from an essay? Dissertations harvard institution the scholar school of disciplines and sciences

The Connection connecting Micro and Macro Sums of Financial All round performance Economics will get defined as the action of assigning scarce supplies concerning recurrent and fighting our prefers by using the foremost objective of realizing highest possible application (Taylor, 2009). It consists of added […]

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Is salt good or bad???

Nearly all of us have been told that we should be on a low sodium diet at least once for various reasons ranging from hypertension to prevention. So is it really important and why? Well first, lets distinguish between salt and “sodium”. Salt is NaCl […]

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Why do I cramp?

Cramping at night or during your workout is a very common problem. The first thing to know is that it is almost never a potassium deficiency. That is actually the last thing that I would suspect (and if it is, avocados are a much better […]

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Gigantic Arms

Trying to Get Gigantic Arms? Well the answer is clear: Grip, Grip, Grip, Grip, Grip, Grip and you guessed it, more Grip. For years most of us improvised by using the barrels from old barbells or other scrap material as opposed to spending thousands of […]

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Cheat your way do a leaner, harder body

Don’t get too excited. Remember that in order for it to be considered a cheat it has to be an abnormal part of your diet. But when part of a normal low carb, high protein diet a well timed cheat can actually be a useful […]

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Acute Neural Supercompensation for Big Strength Gains

For those that may not care much about being the biggest wolf in the woods, but absolutely want to be the baddest, There are a few tricks of the trade that are very useful. The most important one, is knowing that the human nervous system […]

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