Hitting a weight-loss plateau can be frustrating, but you’re not to blame — in fact, they’re perfectly normal. Our expert explains why they happen and guides you through how to break them.
If you have high blood pressure, exercising can help help strengthen your heart and lead to lower blood pressure. An exercise physiologist discusses cardio and strength training options and offers motivation tips.
Your VO2 max shows how well your body consumes and uses oxygen. Knowing that number can come in handy when you’re trying to improve your fitness or train for a certain sport.
Searching for motivation to get moving? Learn about the several benefits of exercise that go beyond losing weight.
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Plank exercise class is in session. An exercise physiologist explains how to do a plank, including how long to hold one, what muscles planks work and five benefits of planking.
Is it true that exercise lowers high cholesterol levels? Yes! Start slowly and find out which exercises are right for you and the future of your heart health.
Some vegetables, herbs and drinks are natural diuretics that help you get rid of excess water that’s accumulated in your body. Find out which from an expert.
Are you having trouble losing weight and keeping it off? Work smarter, not harder. Check out healthy tips that will improve your overall lifestyle and help you reach your weight goals.
It’s always good to get up and moving, but are you exercising too much? Learn the warning signs and get recovery tips from a sports medicine physician.
Looking to firm up your abs and strengthen your core? Here’s a set of great workouts you can do from anywhere.