You might not consider a city that reveres cheesesteaks and soft pretzels a health mecca, but Philadelphia has been voted one of the best “budget and waist-friendly destinations in America.”
Daily long-distance walking results in twice as much weight loss as standard cardiac rehabilitation exercises that involve walking short distances at a brisk pace.
Researchers found parents of young children were heavier and ate more calories, fatty foods, and sugary drinks than women without children.
FirStar is a bit different than other fitness apps in that it creates customized routines for you – and has NFL star Tony Gonzalez lead you through those exercises.
In the recently released United States Report Card on Physical Activity For Children & Youth, our kids received a near-failing grade.
On Sunday, May 18th, many will head to Philadelphia’s iconic Art Museum steps to say ‘om.’
If you’d rather dress up like a superhero than try to actually be one, these are the craziest, zaniest, most fun races to hit the Philly area this spring.
There’s a new fitness band on the market, and it’s targeted at the under 10 crowd.
It takes a thoughtful approach and lots of preparation for a successful workout plan.
Whether you’ve trained for months to run it or stick to cheering friends and family on from the sidelines, the Blue Cross Broad Street Run is a must-do for any Philly resident.
Spring has arrived, and it’s time for many to get in shape for the summer. There’s a new kind of workout that feels like you’re in the ocean – but you’re not.
By definition, endurance athletes are definitely going beyond moderation and pushing themselves and, therefore, more prone to overuse injuries. Give it a rest.
For those of us who aren’t looking to get electrocuted or drown in a cess pool during our Saturday morning run, these are the most fun races in Philadelphia.
The Pocket Yoga app lets you take your practice on the road, slipping in a downward facing dog when your schedule allows – whether that’s at home or at the office.
A study of physical activity and transit use, determined that walking prior to and immediately after transit trips is actually quite good for you – and an unexpected form of exercise.