If you’ve never tried resistance bands, you might not be sure if they’re right for you. Our expert explains why they’re a good pick for strength training.
During breast cancer treatment, it’s common to wrestle with fatigue. Get some advice from a physical therapist who works with breast cancer patients each day.
One of the best things you can do during pregnancy is continue to work out. An ob/gyn and physical therapist share things to keep in mind to keep you safe.
Leg pain caused by peripheral artery disease can make it tough to navigate activities of daily living. But studies show that supervised exercise therapy can help people with PAD walk farther with less pain.
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Exercise and asthma might seem to mix like oil and water, but there are ways to do it safely — and outside, too! Learn eight tips for preventing exercise-induced asthma attacks and what to do if, despite your best efforts, you find yourself in the middle of one.
If you’re looking to get off the treadmill, cut your workout time in half and give your joints a break – join the climbing movement. A workout on a vertical climber mimics the movement of climbing a mountain. It combines both cardio and aerobic activity with strength training.
Living with a compulsive disorder can be lonely and debilitating. Find a balance with these tips.
After you receive a diagnosis of cancer, starting or maintaining an exercise routine might seem like the least of your worries.
You take care of your kids, spouse, parents, BFFs ― even your pets ― before taking care of yourself. Let this serve as a friendly reminder to STOP! Put yourself first.
Keeping your blood pressure under control is important when you have an aneurysm. But that doesn’t mean you need to avoid exercise and all other physical activities.