Every few months, tweak your workout by introducing new activities that fit the weather.
Not long ago, teenager Madisyn Dame would have been too young for hip surgery. Medical advancements have allowed her to undergo two of them—with incredible results.
Body image and a host of other factors can influence—for better or worse—your teen's habits with all things nutrition.
Here's what athletes (and even non-athletes) need to know about heat illness during the most sweltering of days.
Study finds sizable jump in number of U.S. residents, rural and urban alike, who are ditching couch time in favor of fitness.
Children who engage in organized team sports often display better socio-emotional skills in later years.
An hour of moderate-to-vigorous activity each day releases a protein beneficial to the development of young minds.
Want better results with health goals? Pin down the mental processes that put you in a fitness-minded mood.
Nearly 3 in 4 young athletes specialize in just one sport as early as age 7, upping their risk of burnout and injury.
A new strength and conditioning program aims to help young athletes fine-tune their agility and safety in the pursuit of peak performance.
Cross-training, which mixes various exercises, can help reduce injury and deliver maximum results in weight loss and strength-building.
Study: Sporting events may lead to a spike in adrenaline for certain spectators and, in some cases, heart attacks.
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