Explore the science of physical fitness.
Less Is More: Intelligent Exercise for Graceful Aging
The human body is adaptable at any age should you decide to make a change. The question is how much change is enough. In this exploration of aging versus detraining, Andrew Wolf lays out real world action steps that can help fit exercise into a busy schedule for healthy aging.
Making Weight Loss a Reality
If weight loss is as simple as eating less and moving more, then why does it seem so complicated? In this informative and fun lecture Andrew Wolf cuts through some of the popular weight-loss myths of the day and sheds some light on this frustrating topic. The role of resting metabolic rate, weight training and the importance of cardiovascular exercise are all addressed and put into prospective so you can start spending your time and energy on what will work for you.
The Exercise Factor: What Makes Exercise Such a Panacea?
Heart disease, diabetes, post-menopausal breast cancer, colon cancer, and dementia don't seem related, but these diseases share one thing in common, inflammation. People who exercise have a greatly reduced chance of developing them because exercise has the power to reduce inflammation. Join Exercise Physiologist Andrew Wolf for a discussion about the latest discoveries in this emerging field of research.