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If you want to make the most of your workout, grab a partner.
Summer temperatures shouldn't stop you from exercising, they should alert you to the danger of exertion heat illnesses.
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Shorter, more intense workouts may be more beneficial than longer, easier ones.
Minimize pollution exposure for maximum fitness benefit.
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Building a strong fitness foundation by improving your core strength.
Keep your cool while exercising in the heat.
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Exercise is part of a good cancer survivorship plan.
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If you want healthy, strong bones for life, it might be time to overhaul your exercise program.
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High intensity workouts help you burn calories.
Breathe, bend, strengthen, and stretch with yoga.
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Stretching can help keep you fit and flexible.
Research suggests that regular exercise can not overcome the negative impact of sitting too much.
Beginning around age 40, many women notice changes in their bodies that sound an alarm.
Exercise and fitness training provide valuable benefits for patients during and after cancer treatment.
Exercise is the wonder drug of modern medicine.
Interval-style workouts are undeniably a current fitness craze.
Too much exercise can be too much of a good thing.
Strengthen your core and find your center with Pilates
Dr. David Borenstein, past president of the Amer College of Rheumatology highlights the importance of exercise
Group exercise provides an added dose of motivation and fun.
Understand the benefit and learn how to create 10 minute work out in your busy day.
We spend a lot of time focusing on strength, cardiovascular fitness, and flexibility—but what about balance?
Physical Therapist, Sarah Ellis Duvall explains how to create a stronger core and pelvic floor
Health risks from sedentary lifestyles lead to innovative ways to reduce the time we spend seated as a desk
Trail running is a fast-growing sport that offers women fitness, stress relief, and community.
Use the Karvonen Principle to determine your zones.
Two studies suggest exercise benefits breast cancer survivors.
Overcome these common barriers to exercise and reap the physical and mental rewards of consistent activity.
Infuse new life into your workout with these new trends.
The weather outside is frightful and though it may be hard to believe, the gym can be delightful.
Jump on the two-wheel trend with a new guidebook to all things bike.
8 tips for working out without getting hurt
Balance is an important component of fitness
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Cholesterol and Statins
Tips for starting (or restarting) regular exercise
Know when to say no to exercise.
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Roll your way to better fitness and fewer injuries with a foam roller.
The most effective moves for toning the back of your arms
Kick off your shoes and run your way to fitness.
Survivor Katie Hayek describes how staying active and giving back through charity sporting events is the ultimate reward
Maintaining muscle strength through regular exercise as we age can help combat natural muscle loss, or sarcopenia.
Stay active to stay sharp.
Monitor your heart rate for the best results.
Q&A with Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea, authors of Tales from Another Mother Runner
Exercise at the right intensity level to get results.
Strengthening the gluteus medius can be a key step in injury prevention.
Push-ups are the ultimate fitness test
Combat boredom with these new fitness trends.
When, why, and how to start an exercise program after breast cancer treatment
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Exercise has more impact than diet when it comes to abdominal fat.
Study shows that jogging increases life expectancy.
Walk your way to inner peace.
Women pay their love for running forward by mentoring new runners.
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Fitness as We Age: Form and Function
Belly Up to the Barre
Stay vertical to build a strong core.
Myth #1: All Pilates is the same.
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Minimize pollution exposure for maximum fitness benefit
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A fitness log is one tool for exercise success.
Fitness classes and small group exercise offerings provide challenge and community.
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