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Exercise Physiology

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  • Hot tips from a summit of sauna experts

    Hot tips from a summit of sauna experts
    The Greek physician Hippocrates may well have been the first sauna aficionado. One can imagine him, circa 400 BC, sitting in a tiny windowless room heated by hot rocks, sweat dripping down his brow, proclaiming, "Give me the power to create a fever, and I...
  • TV ratings: iHeart Radio Music Awards solid, 'Grey's Anatomy' up

    TV ratings: iHeart Radio Music Awards solid, 'Grey's Anatomy' up
    Between Fox's "American Idol" and NBC's iHeart Radio Music Awards, Thursday night television seemed dominated by wannabe pop-chart-toppers and those who have already made it big, but CBS emerged on top in the ratings with its comedy lineup.   The iHeart...
  • 'Big Bang,' 'Grey's' Top Thursday; Music Awards Show Boosts NBC, Sinks 'Idol'

    Veterans "The Big Bang Theory" on CBS and "Grey's Anatomy" on ABC were the top ratings draws for young adults Thursday, a night that saw acceptable week-2 scores for the same nets' "Bad Teacher" and "Black Box," respectively. NBC improved its standing...
  • Alsop, BSO deliver explosive account of Shostakovich's Twelfth Symphony

    Alsop, BSO deliver explosive account of Shostakovich's Twelfth Symphony
    An emperor and a dictator rule over the latest Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program, which turns out to be benevolent for us commoners who like noble music-making. Friday night's concert at Meyerhoff Hall was one of the most riveting and unified the BSO...
  • 'Mad Men' Recap: The Gang's All Here in Season 7-A Premiere, 'Time Zones'

    SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading now if you haven't seen the season opener of "Mad Men." Here we are bracing for the heartache of knowing we'll be saying goodbye to "Mad Men" in a mere 14 episodes -- and season seven opens with a joyous treat, the...
  • From Matjames Metson's cluttered studio, objets d'art emerge

    From Matjames Metson's cluttered studio, objets d'art emerge
    Matjames Metson's Silver Lake studio is in a 1930s Art Deco duplex perched atop a steep flight of aging, concrete stairs overlooking a cul-de-sac, which overlooks a hillside, which overlooks a bustling intersection that, from above, appears to be...
  • New YMCA classes help people with balance

    New YMCA classes help people with balance
    Every year, one out of every three people over age 65 experiences a fall. Five years ago, that scary statistic was a reality for La Cañada resident Dianne Osburn. A self-proclaimed klutz, Osburn often tripped and fell, facing injuries and a loss of...
  • College runners take the latest in shoe technology out for a spin

    College runners take the latest in shoe technology out for a spin
    Can your footwear speed you up? We gave four new running shoes, each touting an impressive design technology, to four college runners. One shoe was super-flexible, one super-bouncy, another super-flat and another super-light. The verdict: Set your...
  • 'Mad Men' recap: The Valentine's Day massacre

    'Mad Men' recap: The Valentine's Day massacre
    “Mad Men” is almost always more successful when it approaches Important Social Issues obliquely rather than head-on. Last year’s “The Flood” was widely panned for its awkward and heavy-handed depiction of Martin Luther’...
  • Return of 'Big Bang Theory' Lifts CBS to Thursday Ratings Victory

    CBS captured the first Thursday of April in key demo categories behind a strong return for "The Big Bang Theory" after a couple of weeks off and good scores for "The Millers" and "Two and a Half Men." ABC was strong closing the night with "Grey's Anatomy"...
  • Bright light - early and often - linked to lower BMI, study finds

    Bright light - early and often - linked to lower BMI, study finds
    To maximize your chances of fighting flab, new research offers some simple advice: Wake up early and go outside. People who loaded up on light exposure at the beginning of the day were most likely to have a lower body mass index, according to a study...