Smart strategies, from breathing deep to using poles to ditching texting, make it easier to hit the ground for wellness.
Unconscious physical patterns can throw our bodies out of whack and stiffen us up, but three approaches – Alexander, Feldenkrais and Trager – offer options for easier movement.
With Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites, we can get all the fitness buddies we need, plus lots of useful strategies.
A trusted trainer that knows our body and psyche can motivate us through the years by tailoring routines to our changing needs.
When we kick off our shoes, our feet are soothed, stimulated and strengthened by their up-close and personal contact with the good earth.
Despite rising rates of obesity, heart disease, diabetes and other chronic illnesses, at least a third of Americans don’t exercise at all—perhaps partly due to these persistent fitness myths.
Don’t give up on a New Year’s resolution to get fit and feel more healthy. Just pump out 20 minutes a day of any kind of exercise—take a brisk walk, jog, lift weights—and stop sitting so much.
Acknowledged experts offer advice on how to get the most out of every breath taken for yoga, cardio routines and strength training.
We all innately know that spending time in nature is good for our body, mind and spirit. Now, medical researchers and scientists are discovering just how powerful forest walks can be.
How you work out makes all the difference in staying safe, seeing better results and keeping your body balanced. Here’s how to avoid sabotaging your fitness routine.