All eyes may be on Boston come April, but don’t forget to set your sights on these other top-rated spring marathons around the country.
When you need a bite to eat midday or on the move, these 11 portable, healthy snacks will satisfy any craving. Stash them now; eat whenever hunger strikes.
There’s a right and a wrong way to foam roll. Get tips on how to start foam rolling like a pro — along with common mistakes to avoid.
Camping is one of the most enjoyable ways get outdoors and connect with nature — provided you stay safe. Here’s what you need to know before you go.
Experts, food manufacturers, bloggers — everyone has a different definition of healthy. The FDA wants everyone on the same page. How would you define it?
Fall is heating up — your kitchen, that is. These new cookbooks are sure to add a fresh set of healthy and hearty classics to your recipe repertoire. Check them out.
Move over muffins, step aside pie. The good-for-you gourd takes center stage in pumpkin recipes that include smoothies, falafel, risotto and more!
These crazy-indulgent vending machines make it possible to get your pizza, cupcakes and doughnuts — all straight from an ATM. (Uh oh.)
From full range of motion to isometric holds, here’s how to use different muscle movements to maximize your strength training results.
The promise of losing weight fast is tempting — there’s no doubt about that. But there’s a dark side to yo-yo dieting, and it can have lasting effects.
If you want to run faster, you have to eat better. Olympic marathoner Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky’s Run Fast. Eat Slow. shows us how.
Skip the breadcrumb fillers. These savory salmon cakes from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook are made with nutrient-dense sweet potatoes.
If you’re still not making your own hummus from scratch, then this recipe from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook will get you hooked.
This ginger-spiked granola from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook is high in potassium, iron and magnesium — minerals that many athletes lack.