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women's health magazine

FastTwitchGrandma’s CEO and co-founder, Virginia Davies, was featured in Women’s Health Magazine’s 25 Amazing Outdoor Running Routes! Davies is quoted as saying “the entire island is one big run trail” referring to North Haven, Maine, her favorite place to run.

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August 8, 2017

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FastTwitchGrandma was featured in Prevention Magazine!

“I soak my feet and legs in an ice bath every night and add a little lavender to the water. I find it helps keep inflammation at bay.” —Virginia Davies, 62, New York, NY, running since age 54

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September 11, 2017

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FastTwitchGrandma’s co-founder Virginia Davies talks to New York 1 news about the importance of staying active while having fun over fifty.  Davies points out specific ways to work your 5 bio-motor abilities with an emphasis on playing everyday.

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June 19, 2017

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3 Day Thanksgiving Workout Plan

John Barry Sports Performance Specialist   Looking to make the most of you Thanksgiving Day feast? Let's make those extra calories count. I like to take a 3 day approach to Thanksgiving (or any

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Success Factors for Olympic Cross-Country Skiing

Alyssa Bialowas Introduction On a mission to find best-practice training programs for both sprint and distance cross-country skiing, I came across research from Norway and Sweden that reappraised success factors for Olympic cross-country skiing. Cross-country

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Post Thanksgiving Detox Tips

By Alyssa Bialowas My favorite meal of the year is fast approaching, and this year I have a plan to recover from the overindulgence and the ensuing lethargy that follows. Wine, turkey, stuffing, potatoes, cranberry

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Does A Carb Restricted Diet Change HIIT Boost Health Benefits?

Moji Kaviani, Ph.D., CEP Would carbohydrate restriction diet augment HIIT-induced health benefits? High intensity interval training has received so much attention because of the benefits of health and exercise performance. HIIT is a series of

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Roller Skiing Predicts Youth Cross-Country Skiing Performance

Alyssa Bialowas Cross-country skiing has gained popularity as one of the most well-loved winter sports. Adults and children alike are making names for themselves as elite cross-country skiers. And, along with any elite sport, training

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Eccentric Exercise & Antioxidant Supplementation

Alyssa Bialowas Eccentric exercise is defined as the lengthening of the muscle while contracting, or opposing action that shortens the muscle. Slowing down the elongation of the muscle process is said to lead to an

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Calculate Your Sweat Rate

Moji Kaviani, Ph.D., CEP How to calculate your own Sweat Rate? Check your weight in kilos (Kg) prior to exercise session in minimal clothing or naked.  Monitor your fluid intake (L) during your exercise session.

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Concurrent Training & Its Effect on Muscle & Strength Gains

Alyssa Bialowas Concurrent training is the combination of cardiovascular and resistance training workouts in the same training session and has become quite popular in the training world. Many workout fanatics combine concurrent strength training and

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Do Masters Athletes Need Specific Nutrition?

Evan Stevens Nutrition. It’s a topic that stirs debate at every mention. One day you can look in the newspaper and see an article discussing the benefits of high protein diets on weight loss,

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The Skinny On Cold Baths – Do They Actually Work and If So How?

Gillian White - BSc., MSc., PhD Candidate, University of Toronto, Department of Exercise Sciences The Skinny On Cold Baths – Do They Actually Work and If So How? Getting the most out of your workouts,

An Uplifting Masters Athlete Success Story

We recently spoke with Woody Deitrich, 64, of Seattle, WA at this year's Huntsman World Senior Games about how he became a masters athlete. Woody's uplifting story of how he began training and competing in

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Hydration For Hockey Performance

Moji Kaviani, Ph.D., CEP Ice hockey is a team sport that requires players to have strength, power, anaerobic sprint ability, and endurance successful (Emerson, 2017). The game itself is characterized by intermittent, high-intensity bouts of