Searching for motivation to get moving? A sports medicine doctor shares several benefits of exercise that go beyond losing weight.
Back pain is a complex problem, but can strengthening core muscles with targeted exercise provide some relief? A physical therapist answers your questions.
It’s easy to fall out of your exercise routine, but when you’re ready to start up again, it’s best to get the all-clear from a physician first.
Of course you focus on training in the run-up to a bike race. But it’s also important to put some thought into your recovery afterward. Here are seven tips to aid your recovery.
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Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Preventive cardiologist Haitham Ahmed, MD, MPH, answers this one about exercising after a heart attack.
While treadmills and ellipticals offer many of the same exercise benefits, your goals and physical condition should guide you. Here are several considerations that will help you decide which machine is best for you.
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.
To increase your fitness level and keep it there, remember that progress is perfection. Start with ten extra minutes of exercise, and before you know it, you’ll be working out for 30 minutes a day, as the American College of Sports Medicine recommends.
If you have a foam roller, try these 4 exercises for your legs and lower body.
Don’t think you have time to exercise? Finding time isn’t as hard as you think. Get expert tips.