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.
Some experts call it “hitting the wall,” others call it “the bonk”: Either way, it’s the all-around unpleasant situation when an athlete’s body shuts down even if they are in the middle of a race or competition.
Consumers spent an average of $828 per year in 2014 on fitness-related activities, according to the International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association, the trade group for the global health club and fitness industry.
Unless your running shoes come equipped with ice cleats or snow chains, you’re going to have find a few alternatives when it comes to working out. And winter is the perfect time to cross-train. (Workout plan)
Here are six tips for making the most of your time on the treadmill.
Here are some of the more common fitness saboteurs — and effective strategies for dealing with them.
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.
With the fun and festive holiday season behind us, and a stretch of cold months and gray days ahead, it’s not uncommon to experience a bout of the winter blues. But you can keep the symptoms at bay with a quick workout. (Video)
WASHINGTON — It’s the prime time of year for the common cold. And a fair number of people who have likely been going through days of tissues and chicken soup are probably going a little…
There\’s no need for a gym membership when you live in the nation\’s capital. Get in a monumental workout outside.
Tips for getting the most out of your time and workout.
The food you eat within the first few minutes after finishing a workout is one of the most important parts of training.
A lot of us make resolutions around exercise that we have a hard time keeping, but there are ways to get back on track.