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  • Go from 'Sleeveless' to Shirtless with this Six-Pack Workout

    Go from 'Sleeveless' to Shirtless with this Six-Pack Workout

    Fitness expert, Frank Sepe, and Celebrity trainer, Don Saladino, share their expert tips and secrets to achieving six pack abs no matter your level.
  • Marine and Paralympian Rob Jones Found a Way to Turn Adversity into Accomplishment

    Marine and Paralympian Rob Jones Found a Way to Turn Adversity into Accomplishment

    When Rob Jones enlisted into the United States Marine Corps in 2006, he was a sophomore in college. He felt that he was at a point in his life that he needed structure and discipline, and that was something he felt he couldn’t get in a classroom. “I was just kind of struggling in college…
  • Even Out Strength Imbalances with 4 Unilateral Moves

    Even Out Strength Imbalances with 4 Unilateral Moves

    Lifters who just focus on the big bilateral lifts of the squat, press, and deadlift family will get strong but can develop muscle imbalances. The body will always resort to plan B to finish the lift, and this is not always good. Having a strength imbalance by itself is not a huge deal. But over…
  • What It's Like to Have a Mild COVID-19 Case

    What It's Like to Have a Mild COVID-19 Case

    The majority of vaccinated people who have received a booster shot and still contract SARS-CoV-2 will likely experience mild symptoms such as sore throat, headache, congestion, and depending on the variant, coughing and loss of taste or smell.
  • WHO Says Healthy Kids May Not Need COVID-19 Booster

    WHO Says Healthy Kids May Not Need COVID-19 Booster

    There's “no evidence right now” that healthy children and adolescents need a booster dose to augment their COVID-19 vaccinations, according to WHO chief scientist, but CDC recommendations differ.
  • How Long Before Someone With COVID-19 Isn't Contagious?

    How Long Before Someone With COVID-19 Isn't Contagious?

    Infectious diseases specialists believe that on average the vast majority of people who contract the coronavirus are most contagious immediately before and immediately after symptoms appear. But how long people are contagious for varies from person to person, depending on the severity of their infection, the intensity of their exposure, and the response of their immune system.
  • White House Program for Free COVID-19 Tests, Masks

    White House Program for Free COVID-19 Tests, Masks

    The White House is launching programs to distribute 500 million free at-home COVID-19 tests and 400 million free N95 face masks.
  • Nutrition Labels Lacking on Online Grocery Sites

    Nutrition Labels Lacking on Online Grocery Sites

    Experts say the rapid growth of online grocery shopping is outpacing efforts to enforce food labeling requirements for that industry.
  • Cannabis Use May Cause Cognitive Impairments

    Cannabis Use May Cause Cognitive Impairments

    Researchers say cannabis use can affect certain cognitive functions, including memory and decision making. Other experts don’t agree with the findings.
  • Pull Yourself Together with These Tips to Get Your Deadlift Off the Ground

    Pull Yourself Together with These Tips to Get Your Deadlift Off the Ground

    Powerlifting champion, Tim Sparkes, shares his expert tips on making deadlifting adjustments so you can lift more while avoiding injury.