More than a 100 years ago, doctors thought that too much running or other vigorous activity could harm us. Marathoner Clarence DeMar proved them wrong.
People who get regular short bouts of exercise are less likely to develop diabetes, dementia and heart disease, a new study finds. And an added benefit - regular movement puts people in a better mood.
Hunching over screens takes a toll. Movement researchers say you can prevent pain from accumulating by taking quick breaks for movement. Here are 5 exercises to try that take a minute or less.
A team of researchers' study suggests that COVID-19 health leaders incorporate exercise into their mitigation strategies.
During lockdown, gyms were out of the question. But some people felt more comfortable exercising at home, and companies hope to keep attracting new users by making VR apps more addictive and fun.
After two years of pandemic life, people have learned to cope in ways that have become stubborn, unhealthy habits. But there are positive steps we can take to reset a healthy lifestyle.
If you are used to regular exercise and conditioning, the sudden shock of immobility or pain is both frustrating and depressing. Here are some things you can do to make your recovery easier.
Making exercise a daily habit can feel daunting if it feels like it counts only when you go all in. Instead, remember that every small movement counts.
The holidays don't have to be defined by lazy days in your pajamas. Discover 11 festive ways get your body moving and get outdoors this year.
Exercise is important, but balancing exercise with mental health and your own body confidence can be a tricky thing to pull off. These tips can help you along your fitness journey.
With much of the U.S. already sweltering this summer, even avid runners, hikers and bikers are wilting. We've got 10 strategies from experts on how to enjoy hot weather exercise without keeling over.
The pandemic has made it harder to exercise and easier to gain weight and delay routine checkups, bad habits that can prime your body for heart disease. These tips can help you get back on track.
The pandemic has left many Americans craving safe social interaction. For one group of New Yorkers, outdoor Zumba classes bring a little joy.
Paleoanthropologist Daniel Lieberman says the concept of "getting exercise" is relatively new. His new book, Exercised, examines why we run, lift and walk for a workout when our ancestors didn't.