Arthur Saxon, The Bugbear of Training—How to Avoid, The Development of Physical Power (London, 1906)

I TAKE it for granted that no one can enter into training for any sport including weight-lifting, and even practice for physical development only, without encountering monotony in training, which threatens to upset all schemes for daily exercise, throwing one back in one’s work, especially as staleness makes its appearance. I, of course, am more... Continue Reading →

How much sleep do you really need?

How much sleep do you really need? It's a question anyone with an interest in health or fitness has asked themselves at one point or another. Nowadays 7-8 hours a night is prescribed with such regularity that it becomes almost annoying. To help us determine what makes a good sleep and how long we should... Continue Reading →

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