Looking for a different way to work your core and strengthen your hips and shoulders? Find out why the windmill might be the right exercise for you.
The ideal workout routine should balance cardiovascular work and strength training. But how much should you do, what should you do and for how long? Here’s what counts as exercise and how much you need to do weekly.
Having flat feet doesn’t mean you can’t stay active. An expert explains the best exercises for keeping your feet strong and safe.
If you have high blood pressure, exercising can help help strengthen your heart and lead to lower blood pressure. An exercise physiologist discusses cardio and strength training options and offers motivation tips.
Searching for motivation to get moving? Learn about the several benefits of exercise that go beyond losing weight.
Is it true that exercise lowers high cholesterol levels? Yes! Start slowly and find out which exercises are right for you and the future of your heart health.
It’s always good to get up and moving, but are you exercising too much? Learn the warning signs and get recovery tips from a sports medicine physician.
Improving balance is important as you begin to age. These exercises can help you improve your steadiness and prevent injuries from trips, slips and falls.
Increasing exercise and decreasing body fat can reduce your risk for breast cancer. Learn more in this short answer from a breast cancer oncologist.
Wondering if working out after you’re vaccinated for COVID-19 will affect your immune response? Get the answer from a pulmonologist.