This summer don’t just focus on a better body, focus on strengthening those wrists.
It’s pretty well known that exercise is good for you. But a new study shows that it may even lower your risk for many types of cancer.
We’ve all heard the adage “no pain, no gain,” but how much truth is there to that mantra?
If you ever find yourself scratching your head wondering why your last run felt so horrible, ask yourself these five questions.
It seems every place you look there’s a new get fit quick scheme. But finding the path to long-term wellness could come down to changing a few every day habits.
Five time-tested exercises from ancient Tibet could be the best exercises to rejuvenate your body and give your workout a euphoric boost.
Lean Plate Club blogger Sally Squires tells WTOP that eating well and exercising even in your senior years has important health benefits.
Crafting a workout is one thing; building an enjoyable fitness experience is another.
Doctors treating chronic health problems increasingly are prescribing exercise for their patients — and encouraging them to think of physical activity as their new medication.
A new study shows that brain health can by improved by climbing stairs or staying in school.
As a nation, we are far better about getting regular aerobic exercise than we were a decade ago. But the CDC’s latest national health survey shows half of us still don’t get enough.
Between traditional gyms, boutique studios and the aforementioned ClassPass, consumers have a growing number of fitness options to help them fight the battle of bulge.
Yoga is here to stay — because it works.
Fairfax Hackley, personal trainer
Take a look around your gym: Most of the exercises you see people performing — maybe even some that are part of your regular routine — a trainer would never do.