Ready to hit the trails? Hiking is a great form of exercise and can also boost your mood, improve your sleep and reduce your risk of heart disease. Our expert outlines the many benefits of hiking, and offers tips for getting the most out of your trek.
Blood flow restriction (BFR) allows you to work out smarter, not harder. Here’s how.
Resist the urge to scratch, and learn why new runners often experience the common phenomenon of runner’s itch.
Both treadmills and ellipticals offer many of the same exercise benefits. Your fitness goals and your physical condition can help guide you when choosing which is more appropriate for you. Check out these pros and cons.
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