Though it’s been around for 50 years, you might not have heard of this cross between ping pong and tennis. It’s time to get acquainted.
Plogging is a jogging trend that helps you get fit while making the world around you a little greener.
Your choices helped create your current physique. Here’s how you can uncreate it to get the body you want.
How fast should you be walking to prevent heart disease and other killers? A 30-minute mile? 20? 10? A new study has the answers.
Weekend warriors get injured when the spirit is willing but the body is weak. Here’s a smart three-part weekday training program to up your game.
You don’t have to run away and join the circus to get the thrills and health benefits of the flying trapeze and other big-top acrobatics.
Surprise: You can watch as much TV as you want (or surf the web) without harming your health if you know this one fitness tip.
This routine works every major muscle of your body. No equipment needed—just your body and gravity. Do it in your hotel, a friend’s guest room…anywhere!
You might think that having a job that keeps you active all day is good for your health. But it might shorten your life. Here's what to do.
Bowling is more fun when you get better at it. Here are three ways that the typical bowler can get much better, fast.
You can hit the gym everyday...and still get injured going about your daily activities. Functinal fitness can fix that. Here's how...
Cardiorespiratory fitness, or CRF, is an important measure of heart health—here’s why it should be one of the tests you get at your next check-up.
Sure, your exercise daily. But that doesn’t give you permission to sit on your butt for the rest of the day. Here’s how to stay active all day.
Forget the naysayers who doubt fitness trackers—here’s how to make the most of your tracker and get great results.
Don’t let fear of strenuous exercise keep you on the couch. Adding intensity can keep your muscles young with low risk of injury.
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