Where to start and how to best go about building a jacked and tan upper body.
Nintendo’s otherwise superb experiment needs more control over players’ workouts.
The New York Times says you should goad your family into “stealth high-intensity-interval family fun.” I say: Why? And: No.
I've always wanted to do something—anything—other than run, but I never had the confidence or guidance. Until now.
A new study shows that young athletes prioritize trying their best, working hard, being active, and playing well together.
Years of reporting shows lots of people get injured from doing too much; at the risk of being too bold, maybe do… less?
Losing 100 pounds in six months is neither realistic nor recommended.
For a long time, my doctors saw only a healthy person who exercised. But I had to learn to be honest with myself about how running was running my life.
This is what's become of the American dream.
What exactly is "the pump" and does it mean your muscles are growing?
This week in the Coping newsletter: Numbness as a very real symptom of depression, and what to do when you feel like withdrawing from friends.
Nine things you should know before you walk into a yoga studio for the first time.