Charity is a Great Motivator for Exercise

Given the success of walkathons for cancer cures, AIDS research, Alzheimer’s Disease research, animal welfare, and other causes, it’s apparent that “exercise for charity” programs are a reliable way to raise funds. While it might seem reasonable to assume that many people participating in such activities are already physically active and appreciate the opportunity to […]

Coca-Cola: Lack of Exercise Is the Problem, Not Diet

In 2014, Coca-Cola donated upwards of two million dollars to start a nonprofit research group, the Global Energy Balance Network, to promote research that suggests obesity stems primarily from a lack of exercise rather than poor diet. The organization endorses the idea that Americans are too focused on diet and not focused enough on exercise—at […]