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To See Results, You Need Not Do An Hour-Long Workout
Quality matters more than quantity. Research shows that a short bout of vigorous exercise can deliver the same benefits as a much longer workout done at a moderate pace. In a recent PLOS ONE study, adults who bicycled at high intensity for 10 minutes 3 times a week for 12 weeks had the same uptick in fitness and cardiovascular health as those who did 50 minutes of moderately paced cycling.
Emmy Rossum To Star In 'Angelyne' Limited Series Based On Hollywood Reporter Article
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Shameless star Emmy Rossum and Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail are teaming with The Hollywood Reporter to create a limited series based on THR senior writer Gary Baum's investigative feature about Angelyne, Los Angeles' mysterious billboard icon. Rossum will star as Angelyne, the self-created pop culture icon — whose real name, uncovered in Baum's August exposé, is Renee Goldberg. Rossum will executive produce via her Grey Matters Pictures company alongside her husband, Esmail, and his Universal Ca...
Smiling Might Be The Easiest Way You Can Become A Better Runner Right Now
According to the study, in the Psychology of Sport and Exercise, researchers from Ulster University in Ireland tested the grinning theory with 24 trained runners. They each completed six-minute treadmill sessions at 70 percent of their V02 max (a hard, but not all-out effort) four times. Fourteen of the participants saw the most improvement in running economy while smiling, up to two percent. That may not seem like much, but it can mean seconds or even minutes slashed off your time during a mara...