Upcoming Fitness Articles For 2014
2013 has seen a change in the way we publish articles- less on frequency and far more focus on quality. It’s easy to churn out short fitness pieces that will be forgotten minutes after they have been read but it’s another thing to create well researched articles that include the latest research on diet, exercise and fitness related topics that are not widely covered on the Internet. Most of my articles come as direct answers to questions my clients ask or from questions I get from people I interact with on Twitter or Facebook. In the blogging universe it’s considered unconventional to have well cited and comprehensive blog articles over 500 words long as the onus is always on capturing an audience with a short attention span- and that anything over 500 words won’t be read- but our statistics show otherwise. Not only do our readers take the time to really delve into the material presented, but they continue to come in large numbers. I spend on average 4 to as long as 6 weeks working on articles from time time and it’s truly heartening to know that they are being read and that they are helping people make better decisions about diet, exercise and fitness related aspects of their lives. I would like to thank everyone for your support. It’s a pretty high bar we have set for ourselves and I intend to do my utmost to see to it that it stays high. That being said, here is a preview of the upcoming articles for 2014 slated for early release. If you don’t want to miss a beat you can sign up for our newsletter to get the articles in your email inbox, or you can send me a request on Twitter or Facebook and I will personally send you a link to the article the day it comes out. Thanks again and as always, if there is any topic that you would like to see covered, please don’t hesitate to ask!
What’s The Best Exercise For Your Abdominals?
The bio-mechanics behind the most effective abdominal exercise- and why few people are doing it.
Does Race Affect Weight Loss?
A look at the research revealing major differences in metabolism between African Americans, Caucasians and Latinos. A must read!
How Often Should You Train? Understanding The Science
Detraining and over-training research reveal a great deal about how often you should train for optimal results.
Do You Need To Eat Fish To Be Healthy?
Fish is considered the healthiest of animal proteins- but is our current supply really healthy? And more importantly, do you really need fish to be healthy?
Organic Fruits & Vegetables Are Not The Same As Wild Versions.
With the uproar against genetically modified crops the fact remains that all modern fruits, vegetables and crops are in some way genetically modified. This article explores the differences between wild crops and cultivated ones. An article that will make you rethink the organic label.
What Do Women Look Like When They Lift Weights But Don’t Use Drugs.
A stunning photo essay dispelling the myth that lifting weights without using drugs can make women lose their femininity.
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Kevin Richardson is an award winning health and fitness writer, natural bodybuilding champion, creator of Naturally Intense High Intensity Training and one of the most sought after personal trainers in New York City. Check out his official website at www.naturallyintense.net