The health benefits of running include improving heart health and reducing risk of high blood pressure. Yet misconceptions about running persist. We debunk 5 common myths.
Weak ankles are more susceptible to sprains. Do these three exercises daily to strengthen your ankles and cut down on injuries and sprains at any age.
If you’re living with a chronic health condition, even a small amount of physical activity — 60 minutes per week — can boost your health. Here are four tips to get you started.
Improving balance is important as we begin to age. These exercises can help you improve your balance and prevent injuries from trips, slips and falls.
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The importance of eating a healthy breakfast cannot be overstated. Here are five reasons that show why skipping breakfast is a bad idea.
Your gait is your running style, and people have many different patterns. Gait analysis is an assessment of your body mechanics, and this analysis can help you improve your running efficiency, prevent injury and determine the cause of an injury. It’s all about proper mechanics.
Decreasing body fat may improve overall performance for your individual sport, but when achieved incorrectly, weight loss can quickly become a negative influence.
Knowing what to eat, both before and after you exercise, can go a long way in helping you get the most out of your workouts. Find out what to eat, and why.
Anyone can make common weight training mistakes — beginners and experts alike. Avoid these four bad habits to get a better workout.
To improve your range of motion and keep your muscles limber as you age, add flexibility exercises to your fitness routine. Here are 5 options.