Bacteria, whether in swimming pools, water parks or lakes, can cause recreational water illnesses like diarrhea and skin infections. Here are three ways to lower your chances of getting sick.
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Dynamic stretching is a type of stretching that offers a great way to warm up before exercise or sports. These stretches focus on actively moving your joints and muscles to accomplish the desired effect.
Signed up to run a road race? Don't forget to plan. Hydration and increasing your running miles slowly during training can play key roles in your performance on race day
Doing a functional warm-up instead of static stretching offers various benefits. Watch to learn how to do walking lunges, sumo squat side lifts, butt kicks and toy soldiers.
If you're in an exercise rut, remember it's not too late to start moving. Find five expert tips to getting started as well as insights about whether you're experiencing normal soreness or possible injury.
A recent study found that periodically walking during long runs doesn’t cost you any benefits to your heart health -- and may even save some wear and tear on your muscles. This is especially true for non-elite runners.
A recent study shows that moderate physical activity (including walking and doing housework) two or three times per week may be best for cardiovascular health.
Watch a demonstration of four foam rolling exercises for the hip flexors and quadriceps, outer thigh muscles, hamstrings and gluteal muscles. They will increase you range of motion and improve blood flow.
It's well known that exercise improves heart health, but could it reduce cancer risk too? A new study shows that middle-aged men with a high level of fitness have a lower incidence of lung and colon cancers.