Middle-aged men who maintain muscle mass may lower their risk of heart disease in later years.
Those who devote time and energy into creating a motivational track may enjoy their workout more than those who select music randomly.
Research continues to uphold a longstanding notion: If you take care of your body, it'll take care of your brain.
Preventive care and regular exercise are essential steps to ward off injury and maintain strength.
The body can adapt to a new exercise regimen at just about any age.
Variations of the plank, bird dog and leg extension can strengthen your body—minus the anguish and agony.
Exercises that target legs and ankles will help guard against falls from age 40 and beyond.
Want better results with health goals? Pin down the mental processes that put you in a fitness-minded mood.
A workout for a 20-something isn't apt to work for a Boomer. Choose a fitness plan that suits your age and lifestyle.
Improve your times and overall health with these suggestions aimed at both beginner and elite athletes.
The speed of your strength-training workout is a strong indicator of your overall health—and could hint at your possible lifespan.
A slipshod workout routine can easily strain the front deltoid muscle. Learn to stave off injury with carefully targeted exercises that work all parts of the shoulder.