Variety is the “spice of life.” It’s also the key to a healthy and efficient workout routine. Fend off boredom and fatigue by rounding out your workout with cardio, strength training and stretching.
Are you among the 92 percent of Americans who make New Year’s Resolutions but fail to actually achieve them? The key to keeping your health and fitness resolutions is making your resolutions your lifestyle. These seven tips will inspire you to make (and keep) your 2014 New Year’s Resolutions.
If getting fit is on your list (as it is for many Americans), now is the time to start making your plan. Planning to work with a personal trainer to achieve this goal? Check out this guide to selecting the best personal trainer for you.
November is American Diabetes Month. Diet and exercise are your defensive line against diabetes. How is your defense holding up?
Jumping rope isn’t just a game for kids. It’s a simple (and affordable!) way for jumpers of all ages to blast calories.
Fuelband, Fitbit, Jawbone. You’ve probably seen these fitness tools around people’s wrists, but are they really worth your money?
Have you hit a plateau in your workout where you’re not seeing improvement in your fitness level or losing weight? It could be because you’re doing the same thing every day. For the most “bang for your buck,” you’ve got to add variety into your workout.
Considering barefoot running? Learn why Cooper Clinic Physician Dr. Riva Rahl prefers that you keep your shoes on.
Yoga isn’t just for meditation and relaxation, it is actually a great workout for strengthening and toning your body. Learn how to improve your core with yoga just in time for National Yoga Month!
There is plenty of research on the health benefits of exercise, but do certain sports, such as tennis, provide additional benefits? Learn why you should play and how to improve your game.