Athletes in a wide range of sports are finding that natural diets and holistic healing modalities help them achieve their personal best.
Pesticide, plastic phthalate, heavy metal and BPA chemicals efficiently exit our body when we perspire during a workout, sauna or sunny walk.
Spring is a fine time to lace up our running shoes and head for the road or trail; maybe even start training for a community race.
Kettlebells are coming of age, delivering a speeded-up, full-body workout that burns as many calories as a six-minute mile.
More attuned to fit muscles than fat rolls, millennials are remaking the exercise world with workouts that are intense, social and customizable.
It lacks the speed and intensity of downhill skiing, but that’s the charm of cross-country skiing for those that love quiet time in nature while losing weight and building muscle.
People are flocking to dance exercise workouts combining moving meditation and self-expression that has dancers glowing.
Imagine having a ballerina’s grace, strength and flexibility… that’s the potential of barre, which combines ballet, yoga and Pilates principles.
From cement to sand to slopes, the surfaces that a runner’s feet touch dictate distinct strategies to prevent injuries and ensure a good run—or calorie-burning walk.
By choosing the right bicycle, wearing a helmet, pedaling a little faster, and keeping an eye out for distracted drivers, cyclists can fully enjoy the road without suffering pain or bruises.