How To Keep Your New Year's Fitness Resolution From FailingAccording to a study from the Statistic Brain Research Institute, roughly 42% of Americans made New Year's resolutions for 2017.
Philly Rated 141 Of 150 Cities In Completing New Year's ResolutionsData pulled from 47 indicators ranked 150 cities for their conversion rates in New Year's resolutions.
Hundreds Of Camden Kids Bouncing Their Way To Future FitnessThe clinic is being sponsored by the Sixers and Virtua, a leading health care provider in South Jersey.
Top Local Places To Get Your Yoga OnIt's International Yoga Day which is a perfect time to check out the yoga classes Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs have to offer.
ClassPassThousands of fitness classes are at your fingertips with a new app called 'ClassPass.'
Health: A New Beauty Contest CategoryThe Miss New Jersey pageant is adding a new competition and scholarship this year that is all about fitness.
Research Finds Dancing May Burn More Calories Than Cycling, Running Or SwimmingResearchers say 15 students between the ages of 24 to 38 participated in a series of dance classes and scientists measured their heart rate, distance covered, energy expended and psychological states.
Best Books For A New Year, New YouEach New Year brings an opportunity to create fresh goals. These titles can help you find inspiration and strength to persevere despite struggles and setbacks while you work towards your goals.
Exercise Has Cholesterol BenefitMany people believe that creeping cholesterol levels typically go hand-in-hand with aging. But it doesn’thave to be that way, especially if you exercise.
Woman Creates Series Of Workouts For The Visually ImpairedA visually impaired woman from Doylestown, frustrated at not being able to follow along with exercise videos, has created a series of workouts for the visually impaired.
Avoid Stroke By Practicing 5 Healthy BehaviorsHarvard researchers have found that middle-aged people who practice five healthy behaviors lower their stroke risk by about 80%.
Exercise Reduces Symptoms Of DepressionA growing body of evidence suggests an increase in physical activity can help reduce symptoms such as depression and anxiety in both adolescents and adults.