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.
FitBark is a new fitness tracker for portly pups and their concerned owners.
Less than a week after Delaware was ranked one of the fattest states, a new Gallup poll is offering insight into why.
Ah, caffeine. We drink it during the day to stay awake, but that can sometimes result in sleepless nights. Now, a new app could help with that problem.
No one is immune, but some people are more prone to back pain than others.
You joined a gym and now, less than two months into the new year, you want to know if you have the legal right to cancel the membership, since you’re not going.
Vicki Otmani, Wellness Coach & Personal Trainer at the Rocky Run YMCA was here to speak with us about the benefits of joining the Y this month, because it is ½ off.
The Touchfit GSP app has over 500 videos of different kinds of exercise, showing you the way to maximize your efforts.
There’s officially no excuse to ignore your New Year’s resolution to go to the gym, because Sweat Fitness is offering free classes at two locations this January.
Personal fitness trainer Angel Hunter shows Pat Ciarrocchi the different ways people can get into shape for the new year.
After a study of young teens, the CDC found that only 25% of kids get enough exercise: 60 minutes of physical activity every single day.
A new report finds that adding an extra 2,000 steps to your day may lower your risk for heart attack and stroke by 8%.