Are you frustrated with all of the misinformation and pseudoscience that has become prevalent in the fitness industry? Wish there was an easier way to separate fact from nonsense?
Fitness Scholar is here to help. Fitness Scholar is a resource created by Zach Cooper that is designed to expose the many myths that have become commonplace in the field of fitness and take a hard look at the real evidence.
News articles are designed to inform readers of the latest studies and developments in the fitness world, while Featured Articles will examine the preponderance of evidence on a topic.
For those who have grown tired of hearing conflicting information or corporate-sponsored health recommendations and are simply looking for the unbiased, evidence-based facts, Fitness Scholar may be the answer that you have been seeking.
Converse with any personal trainer or self-help guru and you will undoubtedly hear that willpower is an important factor in achieving success. Personal trainers are not alone in their beliefs; surveys have found that most Americans consider lack of willpower to be the number one cause of obesity (1). The reality is, however, that this [...]
Not a day goes by without some fad diet or exercise protocol appearing in your local newspaper, favorite magazine, or late-night television programming. Amazingly, regardless of how ridiculous this new gimmick may seem, it is only a matter of time before you encounter a friend, family member, or colleague that swears it has changed his [...]
For decades, mainstream nutritional dogma has preached the importance of following a low-fat diet. Today, many consider it to be common sense that saturated fat is “artery-clogging” and will lead to cardiovascular disease if consumed in excess. The theory is so prevalent that few who people who believe in it have ever bothered to investigate [...]
Left-handed people have faces that are shaped differently than their right-handed counterparts. According to a new study, individuals with a slender lower face are 25 percent more likely to be left handed. In these individuals, slender jaws cause the jaw to be lower, causing them to bite backwards. This leads to a more convex facial [...]
Consuming substantial quantities of curcumin can promote conversion of white adipose tissue into brown adipose tissue. Even though all mice in the study consumed relatively similar amounts of calories, the mice gained less weight if they were administered curcumin supplements. These mice had a greater number of mitochondria in their lower abdominal cavity, suggesting that [...]
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About Zach Cooper
Zach Cooper is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist who has committed his life towards helping others improve their health. Zach has worked with a diverse array of clients, ranging from complete beginners to professional athletes. He specializes in the psychology of weight loss and lifestyle change.