Fitness professionals and registered dietitians stay on track because they arm themselves with these effective daily habits.
Get fast results with these simple water exercises
Leave the car at home and opt for a bike ride
Want to burn some extra calories to speed your weight loss? Here are 10 ways to burn 200 calories in under an hour.
If you've noticed your clothes feeling a little tight these days, blame middle age. As we age, our metabolism slows. Find out what you can do to speed up your metabolism and lose that extra weight.
Snow, rain, frigid temperatures? No problem. Stay active year-round by strutting your stuff indoors.
Do you feel exhausted all the time these days? Get essential tips for reclaiming your energy
More and more Americans have been taking up yoga in recent years—and their rate of yoga-related injuries has also climbed, a new study finds.
If your exercise routine always involves the same activity—going for a 30-minute run, doing the elliptical, pushing play on the same video—you may be in a rut. Get out of it and find something you love by "Fit Crashing."
When many people decide they want to lose weight, they typically turn to cardio or aerobic training, but there's another option—circuit training—for those who don't enjoy running on a treadmill or cycling indoors.
Just 15 minutes of exercise a day may lower older adults' risk of early death by one-fifth, a new study suggests.
Whether you get pumped up for gym time or you'd rather crawl back into bed if someone mentions exercise, your genes might be to blame, a new study suggests.
Encouraging your kids to eat right, exercise and limit screen time may not be enough to instill healthy habits. You also need to lead by example, researchers suggest.
If you're a middle-aged couch potato in serious need of boosting your heart health, exercising in tandem with dieting to lose weight is best.
While you might want that tighter core so you can look better in a bathing suit, there are real, practical reasons why you should strengthen that core.
National boutron Week empowers women to make their health a priority. Here are five steps women can take for better physical and mental health.
Fitness doesn't end when you finish your workout routine. Here are some healthy tips for what to do after your workout.
It can be hard to find time to exercise when you have kids, but if you include them, you can always squeeze in your workouts—and have fun!
Fitness and activity trackers may motivate you, and they may help you get fit, but a recent study shows they may not help you lose weight.