The new Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans have just been released, and here is the bottom line: Just move. Bike, walk, run or lift weights. It all counts toward your weekly exercise quota.
An ultra-marathon runner and exercise physiologist describes what it's like to take part in an ultra-endurance event, and the consequences it had on his body.
Modified ball sports, like walking rugby, are increasingly popular with older people.
The adult heart rate should be between 60 and 100 beats per minute,but lots of factors can affect this.
Dog walking has health benefits for children - but it's not a straightforward fitness boost.
Most people follow fixed time periods when it comes to recovery. The latest research calls this into question.
Gyms have gone mad for these bits of neoprene. Yet researchers are still scrambling to catch up.
A new study found those who reported walking faster were less likely to die prematurely.
You're more likely to know a word but not be able to produce it as you get older. Keeping fit could minimise these lapses.
Our body burns more fat when we exercise before breakfast, but studies haven't found that means we lose more weight over time.
The success rate for weight loss is small, suggesting that a new approach is needed. Here are three things to consider, one of which you may be overlooking.
Fitness apps which allow millions of users to virtually compete with each other can provide inspiration however, they may also be putting users in danger.
Kids' fitness has declined for several decades, but kids in rich countries are showing improvement. What does this suggest for kids in poor countries?
The rise of 'fitspiration' seems to promote a body that is both impossibly thin and muscular. A new study explores whether this has become a new benchmark for women.
Drinking coffee before exercising could make you run faster and lift heavier - if you've the right genes.
Turns out taking antioxidant supplements after exercise doesn't do much to help reduce muscle soreness after all.
Fitbits and other trackers are just the latest iteration of the fitness industry's relationship with technology.
Taking more exercise is a New Year's resolution to stick to. Exercise reduces risks of depression, cancers, heart disease, stroke and sudden death.
It might be cold and dark, but that's good news for your pooch and for you if you want to improve your fitness and exercise more.
Research shows that people's social networks, employment conditions and life stages all impact their use of wearable devices. Understanding these factors can help you achieve your fitness goals.