You’ll have to make some trade-offs if you want those extra years
Do you go through the day feeling tired? Is this a somewhat regular occurrence? If so, that’s a good indication that you—like millions around the world—aren’t sleeping well at night.
There are endless reasons to run outside—and even more to venture off the paved path to more challenging gravel or dirt terrain.
Too busy to go to the gym and exercise? Too riddled with deadlines to take those 10,000 steps a day for good health? Take heart.
Minerals found in the deep ocean may be used to improve muscle output, potentially becoming a big sports supplement, according to a study published in the journal Frontiers in Physiology.
If you like to reach for DOMS-blunting vitamins post-workout, pump the brakes. You may actually be sabotaging your gains.
A while back I asked my readers why it’s so hard to stay in shape. Most of them agreed that they knew they needed to sleep and exercise more, and eat less- but knowing and doing are three different things.
Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
We all know that exercise is supposed to be good for us, but only about 20 percent of people move regularly.
Doing lots of exercise in older age can prevent the immune system from declining and protect people against infections, scientists say.