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3 Interval Training Mistakes Most People Make. Interval training gives you better results in 20 minutes than you’ll get from an hour of steady-state cardio. Unfortunately, most people don’t get the full benefits. Here are three interval training mistakes many people make.

Benefits and Drawbacks of Concurrent Training. Concurrent training, including circuit-style workouts, offers a way to get a workout in the shortest time possible - but do they interfere with strength gains? This article discusses the issue of whether concurrent workouts interfere with each other and what the pros and cons of doing aerobic and resistance training on the same day are.

This article discusses what it means to be coordinated and whether or not you can improve how coordinated you are through exercise training.

Do Omega-3 Fatty Acids Increase Muscle Strength? Omega-3s in fish oil has anti-inflammatory properties that may offer protection against some diseases including heart disease. Now there’s evidence that they may help you get more benefits out of a strength-training program. Here’s why.