Whether you never leave home without a fitness tracker or still don’t own one, read this. We explain the pros and cons of that sports watch on your wrist.
If you’re new to yoga, lifting your body into crow pose can seem impossible — but these three exercises might help you finally pull it off.
Get two healthy products for the price of one! These kitchen tools and fitness gadgets make meal prep and working out easier on you — and your wallet.
If you want to raise the bar in your weightlifting routine, the snatch is one of the hardest Olympic lifts. Follow these pro tips to make it look flawless.
Run faster and longer by adding this strength training workout to your routine. Heck, it might even help you get through your race training injury-free!
Happiness isn’t always easy to find and stick with at work. But just a quick browse can brighten up your whole day. Here, 10 sites that’ll make you LOL.
Does your health and fitness routine need a collagen boost? Experts weigh in on the health benefits of collagen supplements from your workouts to your skin.
Looking for an easy on-the-go lunch that won’t hurt your wallet or your waistline? These flavorful veggie wraps are easy to prepare and make filling meals.
These mud runs will test your strength and grit. Whether you want to dash through fire, plunge into ice water or just splash around in mud with friends, there’s a perfect race for you.
You’ve heard you shouldn’t run alone, but let’s face it, sometimes that’s inevitable. Follow these tips for keeping yourself safe while jogging the streets.
Move over hard ciders and sodas. Spiked seltzer is making a splash, boasting low calories and natural flavors. Find out if you should pack ‘em or pass.
If you’re like most Americans, you’re eating way too much sugar. This infographic shows why it’s easy to go way overboard with your daily sugar intake.
Allyson Felix, four-time Olympic gold medalist, won’t let a hamstring injury hold her back. Here’s how the sprinter is taking on the Rio Games.
Love the rowing machine? (Or, love to hate it?) Get three strength-building rowing workouts to target your quads, glutes, back and core.