Building muscle happens in the gym — but don’t forget the kitchen. Find out which nutrients you need to improve strength and sports performance, and which foods to start stocking up on.
Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common foot injuries amongst runners. Find out the causes and symptoms — and what you can do to treat, prevent and speed up recovery.
Starting your journey back to fitness? Try these three quick and efficient HIIT workouts designed specifically for beginners.
With all the nutritional advice out there, choosing the right foods can be very confusing. Mark Hyman, MD, sets the record straight on smart food choices.
The secret to getting an even better burn from your plyometrics exercises could be doing fewer reps (yes, fewer!). Try this intense plyometrics workout — stat.
Step up your meal prep to slim down your plate. These pro meal prep tips will help you pack more nutrients – and fewer empty calories – in every dish.
Pasta doesn’t scream healthy, but thanks to a new wave of gluten-free pastas that use fiber- and protein-rich foods, you can enjoy your favorite noodle dish guilt-free.
Yup, this super creamy, dairy-free vegan mac and cheese is so flavorful that you won’t miss the cheese. Get the recipe here.
Research shows a strong core can help ease back aches. Let these core exercises for lower back pain help strengthen your midsection so you can find some relief.
The spiralizer is one of the most versatile kitchen tools. Beyond zoodles, the spiralizer can prepare everything from hearty salads to low-calorie French fries.
Let’s face it, we all need a little more movement in our day. Today, take just three minutes for this easy, in-your-seat, mobility workout that’ll stretch you out from head to toe.
Maybe it’s bad sleep habits behind your exhaustion — but it could be something more. If you ask yourself “why am I so tired” every morning, here’s your need-to-know.
What does your trainer really mean when they say, “Tuck your tailbone?” We decode the most common exercise cues to help you get the most out of your workout.
A high-fiber diet can help you lose weight, improve gut health, reduce your risk of heart disease and more. Find out if you’re getting enough of this essential nutrient.