Anger at the president kicked many of us into action — or, better yet, activism. Now that he’s on the way out, will those habits stick?
Soon after the race, he could barely straighten one arm. How could running have caused this?
Heart and lung damage can happen after even mild illness, prompting doctors to recommend caution before returning to your workout.
Working out may enhance the immune system’s ability to target and eradicate cancer cells, a study in mice suggests.
A basic program of lunges, lifts, squats and crunches eased anxiety levels in healthy young men and women.
Anna Kaiser, the founder of AKT, sold her brand to Xponential Fitness before the pandemic. Now she wants it back.
How the supermodel is adjusting to a new normal beauty routine.
City gyms were allowed to reopen on Sept. 2, but lingering concerns about indoor workouts mean many may not endure.
They also mounted speakers that broadcast growling in the woods of Nova Scotia. It was all part of a psychological training exercise.
About 27,000 bikes were affected by the recall, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Many inactive adults who tried a sampling of exercises preferred intense efforts to gentler workouts.
While many people gained weight during the lockdowns, others have used the change in routine to eat better and exercise more.
A women’s health club in Kandahar challenges conservative Afghan traditions that vilify exercise for women. Many work out secretly.
Stretching and meditative movement like yoga before bed can improve the quality of your sleep and the amount you sleep. Here is a short and calming routine of 11 stretches and exercises.
Many of us have been moving less since the pandemic began. But some, including many older men and women, seem to be moving more.
Because fatigue can corrode mission performance, a new physical training manual tells soldiers to grab 40 winks when they can, part of a new holistic approach to health in the ranks.
Older men and women who took a fresh look at the objects and vistas around them felt more upbeat and hopeful.
This week, meet the singer Tashera Robertson, hit a photo show and try your hand at making snow fluff.
Akin Akman teaches his popular workouts to an Aarmy of students from a nearly empty studio.
Fast or slow? Is there a time limit? Can we bring the dog along? Expert advice for working out when the smoke gets in your eyes — and lungs.
Should that change how we think about its risks? This is what the research tells us.
The justice’s legendary gym habit showed you could be smart, powerful and strong all at once.
The new $300 virtual-reality headset works well and feels comfortable. But good luck finding games that will keep you entertained.
Regular exercise helped lab mice remain psychologically resilient even when their lives seemed filled with threats.
Expect less crowds, but no group activities like spin classes or yoga.
Older people who cycled for exercise walked more efficiently than people whose primary exercise is placid walking.
Two new studies of elite athletes found that working out amplifies the immune response to a flu shot.
The skyscrapers are empty, and the streets and parks are full. Here’s how the city is reinventing itself.
Two new studies shed light on whether pedal-assisted electric bikes provide good exercise, and how safe (or unsafe) they might be.
The governor’s announcement that health clubs could reopen came with several caveats, including that facilities would be limited to a third of their capacity.
Yes, we are moving less. But on Zoom, no one has to know you’re doing squats.
New Jersey is one of seven states where health clubs have been barred from reopening. The governor says it’s too soon, but some gym owners are rebelling.
Three companies — Tempo, Tonal and Forme Life — are competing to supplant cheap dumbbells with smart machines priced in the four figures.
Early risers did the equivalent of walking 20 to 30 minutes more each day compared to “evening types,” who tend to stay up late.
Physical demands required for work may have negative consequences for brain health, a new study suggests.
Eating a diet high in sugar and processed foods could dent our long-term health in part by changing how well our bodies respond to exercise.
Distorted eating behaviors occur in young people irrespective of their weight, gender, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation.
Instructor walkouts and motivational messages in a predominantly white industry decimated by the coronavirus.
Sitting may confuse cellular sensors into thinking we are lighter than we are, prompting the body to put on weight.
Exercise prompts the liver to pump out a little-known protein that appears to rejuvenates the brain, a new study found.
Almost everyone responds to the right exercise program, but the right program is not genetics-dependent.
Marathons and meets are canceled, so runners are using tech to stay connected and compete.
You’ll technically have to ‘relearn’ to cook each meal, or to exercise regularly or to read a book a week. But there are some shortcuts.
Weight training prompts changes in the nervous system that prime the muscles to get bigger and stronger.
Get to a nearby park and get in shape (safely).
The athleisure company’s first acquisition is a bet on the future of fitness and a way to further tie into the lives of its customers.
In an unusual experiment, researchers found no coronavirus infections among thousands of people allowed to return to their gyms.
The sale follows outcry over comments Mr. Glassman made about the death of George Floyd and reports of sexual harassment under his management.
Need another reason to move? Sedentary behavior was linked to an increased risk of fatal cancer.
Even the states hardest hit by the coronavirus have begun to allow more economic activity. What does that mean for playing the sports we love?