Running when the temperature climbs can put additional – and even dangerous – stress on your body. An exercise physiologist at Cleveland Clinic has some tips to help you stay safe while logging your training miles.
After a year of race cancellations due to COVID-19, the running calendar is beginning to fill with opportunities ranging from 5Ks to marathons. An exercise physiologist at Cleveland Clinic has some advice to help get you back into racing form.
Can’t get to the gym? You might be wondering how you’re supposed to go about this whole at-home workout thing. An experts gives these tips.
Treadmills are easy to operate, their settings can be changed to add variety to your walks or runs, and they are safer than navigating snowy streets and dodging cars and potholes. Learn how to begin your cardiovascular exercise program from this expert.
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A sports medicine specialist discusses when you need to wear a face mask while running outdoors and when it’s OK to skip it.
To get in shape, you don’t need to buy the latest treadmill, bike or elliptical machine. You can execrcise cheaply. Here are some great ideas that can get you up and moving in no time.
Creating a home gym might seem like a big undertaking, but according to experts, creating a home gym or personal workout area doesn’t have to take a ton of time or money. Here’s a breakdown of what to consider, equipment essentials and some cost-effective options.
If your workouts are leaving you in pain, the problem may be inflammation. Try revamping your diet with this advice.
Walking reduces stress, cheers you up and increases self-esteem. Our expert explains why it’s crucial to get outside and walk, even if it’s just 15 minutes.
Not sure what “moderate exercise” really means? Our expert explains.