Bicycling is far more rewarding than driving, on multiple levels—it’s economical, eco-friendly and contributes to better health and fitness. Best of all, it helps instill an appreciation of nature and inspire a sense of community.
A strength and conditioning program used by the military over the past decade, CrossFit combines many types of exercise and is growing in popularity with recreational athletes.
Experts agree that trading in energy drinks, lattes and high-calorie power bars for regular walks and other exercise can reduce fatigue by 40 percent and improve overall health.
Tim Gallwey, author of The Inner Game of Tennis, offers insights that can enhance learning and heighten performance and enjoyment of life, both on and off the court.
May is National Bike Month—browse these tips, suggestions and resources that help you choose your ideal wheels.
Create a beautifully strong and flexible body by moving to a musical beat.
Everybody in the water! With these simple, water-based routines, you don’t need to immerse your head or move your feet from the bottom.
The fastest-growing sport across the nation, this “exercise in disguise” is a low-impact, full-body workout that also relieves stress.
The latest research suggests that barefoot running, when approached slowly and sensibly, may allow individuals to reach new goals.
For beginners or those who haven’t played for several years, doubles tennis offers a less physically demanding way to experience the sport’s social and fitness benefits.