Apples don't fall far from the tree—kids will prioritize fitness if parents set the tone.
Long bouts of sitting will nearly wipe out your gluteal memory. Stand up and make those muscles remember their role.
Losing a few pounds and getting fit is a worthy New Year's resolution, but one that comes with a warning: Take it slow.
New study indicates women have the aerobic edge during exercise because they process oxygen more efficiently than men.
You don't always need a fancy gym membership to get the results you want. A few pieces of affordable equipment will do the trick.
You do all that work to get trim and feel good for your vacation—don't throw it away by overindulging.
Archaeology and modern medicine team discover that women's arm bones aren't nearly as big today as they were 7,000 years ago.
At greater intensity, exercise leads to better memory and more protein involved in the growth, function and survival of brain cells.
New research suggests chronic joint pain afflicts more young people than once suspected.
Keep active and have fun this winter with gifts that give back.
In your 60s and beyond, even moderate activity around the house can improve your physical health.
The best part about these inexpensive bands? They're highly effective.