Chill vibes improve digestion and help keep blood sugar in check.
It’s not just about running stamina, it's also mental.
Tonal makes resistance training a breeze (except for that muscle-burning part).
Work with your body—rather than against it—to uncover your fittest self.
Dead legs and lingering fatigue may be a sign to add more of this important macronutrient to your diet.
The benefits of your daily run outweigh the risks of the particulate matter in the air, study finds.
Here’s another reason to log your miles in the fresh air when you can.
Pack exactly what you need for your run with these fuel and hydration belts.
BMI is only one part of an overall assessment of your health and not very useful for athletes, in particular.
New research shows the amount is more than you might think.
So, good news runners: thick thighs DO save lives, especially for women!
As long as you’re getting the amount of protein you need for those gains, the source isn’t as important.
One study isn’t enough to resolve this 20-year debate.
Even if you eat the same amount of carbs and calories, extending your nightly fast can slow you down.
Research shows the Body Mass Index doesn’t yield correct answers when it comes to the health of athletes.
Research shows there are significant benefits to reducing your intake of red meat—processed and/or unprocessed.
But don’t think you can take a supplement and skip your workout.
HIIT can take your training and performance to the next level. Here’s everything you need to know about this style of training.
The hot pepper may literally be the “spice of life.”
For some, like triathlete César Villalba, symptoms of COVID-19 can linger for months.
Your daily run can protect your brain even if you’re otherwise stuck on your butt, a new study finds.
When the toes of your shoes curve up, it makes walking and running easier—but it may increase injury risk.
Trying to “work through it” can make it much worse. Here’s what you need to know.
The labels on your cereal, bread, and cracker packaging are among the most misleading, study finds.
Special high-carb drinks like Maurten work no better than general sports drinks for moderate exercise, study shows.
If you’re having trouble getting pregnant, research suggests paying attention to how much you’re working out could prove beneficial.
An hour of exercise per day could do more than boost your fitness, a new study shows.
Study shows twice the generally recommended amount is possible and may even be beneficial.