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Frequently Asked Exercise Questions
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View answers to frequently asked exercise questions provided by Jacques Courseault, M.D!

The Ultimate Home Exercise Program for A Total Hip Replacement

Designed by Nicole Sheldon and Joseph M. Keating, UQ-Ochsner Clinical School, Class of 2014

Introduction

You are about to undergo hip surgery.  After your successful surgery, you will play a very important role and have great influence […]

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Aging Women Need High-Intensity Exercise

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) should be incorporated into all of our lives without a doubt. There is quite a bit of research to back up the benefits of HIIT training, but this study out of […]

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Vitamin D Lowers Weight? New Study Finds

Unless you have fair-colored skin and spend many hours a day in the sun, it may be prudent to assume that you are vitamin D deficient unless your lab work proves otherwise. According to

The FAST PACE Workout: The Efficient Way to Perform Cardiovascular Exercise

The FAST PACE Workout allows you to reap the maximum benefits of your cardiovascular workout in the minimal amount of time. A cardiovascular workout (cardio) includes walking, running, biking and other exercises that […]

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Six Ways to Improve Your Exercise Technique

Technique, or the way you perform a particular exercise is often overlooked when exercising. Proper exercise technique is important for two simple reasons:

1) Your workouts are more effective if you workout the right way. Meaning, […]

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Water or Sports Drink? Which is Best For Your Workout?

Unless you have never been to a sporting event or never watch television, you surely are aware of the potential benefits of a sports drink. On every bench, in every sport, the is a cooler […]

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“Calories In” Minus “Calories Out” May Be a Bit Confusing

An article in the Chicago Sun-Times reports  that 80 percent of people cannot accurately estimate the number of calories required to maintain current weight, 25 percent don’t try and only 12 percent estimate […]

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FAQ: Can Muscle Turn Into Fat If You Stop Working Out?

Missing planned workouts happens to the best of us. In addition to the tremendous guilt deep inside your conscience, you notice that certain areas of our body that were once muscular are now […]

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How to Schedule Exercise Into Your Week

Only 25 percent of Americans meet the daily recommendations for exercise. Thus, one in four of us performs a 20-minute high-intensity cardiovascular workout three days per week, or a 30 minute cardiovascular workout five days […]

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