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women's health magazine

Forever Fit Science’s CEO and co-founder, Virginia Davies, was featured in Women’s Health Magazine’s 25 Amazing Outdoor Running Routes! Davies is quoted as saying “the entire island is one big run trail” referring to North Haven, Maine, her favorite place to run.

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August 8, 2017

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Forever Fit Science was featured in Prevention Magazine!

“I soak my feet and legs in an ice bath every night and add a little lavender to the water. I find it helps keep inflammation at bay.” —Virginia Davies, 62, New York, NY, running since age 54

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September 11, 2017

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Forever Fit Science’s co-founder Virginia Davies talks to New York 1 news about the importance of staying active while having fun over fifty.  Davies points out specific ways to work your 5 bio-motor abilities with an emphasis on playing everyday.

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June 19, 2017

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Are Plant-Based Protein Drinks Effective for Exercise Recovery?

Dayton Kelly This article was adapted from a combination of speeches given at the European Sports Science Conference 2018, most notably Meghan Brown (UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM). Protein supplementation has been repeatedly demonstrated

Is Milk the Perfect Recovery Drink?

Dayton Kelly Optimizing recovery allows you to achieve the most adaptation per workout and reduces the required rest necessary before a subsequent workout. As such, millions of research dollars have been invested into discovering

Breathing Exercises for Health & Performance

Hunter Bennett When we think of exercise, our minds tend to jump to those that activities that are more physically demanding in nature. Heavy strength training, high-intensity interval training, and Olympic lifting are all

Cell Phone Activity Trackers

Dayton Kelley As advances in technology continue to rapidly drive the world of exercise forward, we are faced with new and improved ways to monitor and promote our fitness. This capacity to monitor our

Effects of Dehydration on Athletic Performance

Dayton Kelly This article was adapted from a combination of speeches given at the European Sports Science Conference 2018, most notably Mark Funnell (Loughborough University, UK). Decades of research have been dedicated to determining

Ice Baths- Help or Hinder?

Dayton Kelly This article was adapted from a combination of speeches given at the European Sports Science Conference 2018, most notably Cas Fuchs (Maastricht University, Netherlands).        Immersion in cold water has been long thought

Exercising While Pregnant – To Run Or Not To Run?

Alyssa Bialowas In years past, women were told to limit running while pregnant due to presumed risks of preterm birth. Physical activity during pregnancy was theoretically related to preterm birth due to the release

The Best 3 Stretches to Improve Athletic Performance

Hunter Bennett Over the last few years, the use of self-myofascial release treatment modalities to enhance the range of movement has increased tenfold. This increase in use has also coincided with the publication of

The Best Workout Combination: Endurance Training and HIIT

Dayton Kelly This article was adapted from a combination of speeches given at the European Sports Science Conference 2018, most notably David Bishop (VICTORIA UNIVERSITY / AUSTRALIA). Long distance, low-intensity endurance training has been

4 Signs of Arthritis

Ryan Cross, Physiotherapist Most people know someone affected by arthritis or have symptoms of arthritis themselves. Often people will relate aches and pains to arthritis without even getting diagnosed. Arthritis is something that happens

Muscle Growth and Loss

Dayton Kelly Muscle growth may not be entirely lost following detraining: a paradigm shift in thinking This article was adapted from a combination of speeches given at the European Sports Science Conference 2018, most

5 Ways to Get Rid of Shin Splints

Ryan Cross, Physiotherapist Pain related to “shin splints” is one of the most common ailments that athletes will complain about. Most runners have had a run-in with the dreaded shin splints at one time