Category Archives: Fitness

By : Jeff Haden October 28, 2014

Why do most people fail to stick to something challenging, like losing weight or getting in better shape? They don’t start small. They immediately go all in. They change everything, Read More

By : James Hamblin October 27, 2014

Todd is the most typical of American men. His proportions are based on averages from CDC anthropometric data. As a U.S. male age 30 to 39, his body mass index Read More

By : Thinkstock October 27, 2014

There’s a crucial piece of exercise equipment that doesn’t cost a thing, and it can help you perform your best every time you enter the gym. It’s called your brain. Read More

By : Runtastic October 7, 2014

If you are a runner, you are probably familiar with the aches and pains in the back, knees, legs, ankles, and hips that can sometime creep up on you during Read More

By : Experience Life October 7, 2014

It’s hard to overstate the importance of a strong core. Whether it’s keeping you upright while reading this article or powering you through tough, explosive workouts, the body’s core supports Read More

By : Robin Hilmantel and Alison Goldman September 30, 2014

Research shows that spending time outside is vital to our health—and that exercising outdoors is more satisfying and can burn more calories. Luckily, you can get a workout and a Read More

By : Shane Barnard September 25, 2014

Looking for a workout that’s tough enough for, well, a tough guy, but still beginner friendly? You’ve come to the right place! Grab a medicine ball, set the timer for Read More

By : Bill Stieg August 20, 2014

The path to the title “best golfer in the world” took Rory McIlroy from the tee box to the gym and back again. In the dark at Valhalla Golf Club Read More

By : Puja Seth August 18, 2014

A big group of us from attended one of the most popular yoga festivals in the country last month, Wanderlust Yoga Festival in Squaw Valley, CA. It was a Read More

By : Kenny Thapoung August 6, 2014

Your workout routine won’t yield any results just by doing different exercises back to back. If you really want to see muscle tonnage and weight loss, you have to make Read More

By : Doug Schnitzspahn August 6, 2014

A truly great trail winds into the essence of a place, so when assembling this list of the world’s great hikes we kept an eye on more than the footpath. Read More

By : Joseph Arangio August 6, 2014

In a workplace where the typical nine-to-five has become a night spent at the office, we understand that time, especially in the gym, is of the essence. To accommodate for Read More

By : Zack Even-Esh August 6, 2014

The medicine ball has been around forever, but most guys don’t know what to do with it, besides holding it against their chests during situps. Even a light ball can Read More

By : Michael Schletter, C.P.T. August 6, 2014

101 Best Workouts of All Time is the ultimate answer to the question “What workout should I do?” No matter what equipment you have available, from a fully-stocked supergym to Read More

By : Josh Dean August 6, 2014

The newly inducted NFL Hall of Famer and crossover TV star sounds off on the evolution of football, his hardcore diet and workout regimen, and his unprecedented hot streak. He Read More

By : myfitnesspal August 6, 2014

It’s hard to overstate the importance of a strong core. Whether it’s keeping you upright while reading this article or powering you through tough, explosive workouts, the body’s core supports Read More

By : Joseph Arangio August 4, 2014

The classic barbell squat is quite possibly the greatest all-around exercise; it targets your quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes, as well as the rest of your body. And to reap the Read More

By : MyFitnessPal Staff July 24, 2014

Remember the days when “work” meant manual labor with a side of blood, sweat, and tears? Neither do we. These days it seems we’re more likely to log hour after Read More

By : Michele Foley July 10, 2014

My intro to yoga was six years ago; I was dealing with some ongoing back pain and enrolled in Yoga for Back Care at my neighborhood studio. The eight-week series Read More

By : Carolyn Gregoire July 10, 2014

We’ve all heard that sitting is the new smoking — the American Medical Association has warned of the possible dangers of prolonged sitting, which includes a shorter lifespan and increased Read More

By : David Pegg July 10, 2014

Finding a good gym is not easy. And even if you do find one its not like you can just take it with you when you travel. This shouldn’t mean Read More

By : Adam Dachis July 10, 2014

Everyone knows exercise plays an important role in our general health, but whether its a lack of motivation, the need to travel to the gym, the cost of equipment, or Read More

By : Admin July 9, 2014

If you’re tired all the time, a change in what you eat (diet) or what you do all day (activity pattern) may be all you need to turn things around Read More

By : The Greatist Team July 9, 2014

The Ultimate Guide to Workout Nutrition We’re more concerned than ever with maximizing our workout efforts and getting the fastest results. Effective workouts demand complete nutrition, and these simple guidelines Read More