To continue my exploration into the sport of parkour, I decided to talk with Tim Koren, a relatively new traceur who was able to help me understand the moves and how it is trained.
A recent study revealed that asthma is the most chronic condition among Olympic athletes, with around 8% of the athletes suffering from the condition - and outperforming non-asthma sufferers.
At the end of today's events, Michael Phelps now is officially the winningest Olympian of all time with 19 medals - 15 of those being gold. Read on for more Olympic updates.
Rather than cutting down a weight class, Chris has decided to head the other direction - now it is time for heavier weights and more food!
Do you know anything about the Olympian that was chosen to carry the flag in the 2012 Opening Ceremony? Learn all about two-time Gold medalist in women's sabre fencing, Mariel Zagunis.
Kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi - what do these have in common? They are fermented foods and provide health benefits for your body. Read on to find out why fermented foods are good for you.
Women could not compete in weightlifting in the Olympics until 2000 and in boxing until 2012. Some women are literally risking their lives to be in the Olympics and represent their countries.
A recent study suggests water with high concentrations of calcium and bicarbonate can improve hydration and improve pH balance in athletes after short term anaerobic exercise.
The medals continue to rack up for the U.S.A. 17 medals so far, 5 of them gold. For a quick recap of the events and upcoming events to watch out for, read on.
This week I remembered why you shouldn't go running with your girlfriend...especially when your girlfriend runs 20 kilometers at lunch, for fun.
This week we give tips on how to develop your one legged squat. A challenging movement, it requires a combination of strength, balance, and flexibility.
Maybe you've used a knee strap to brace your knee, or you've seen people at the gym wearing them. Lots of people have knee issues, but do those straps actually do anything? Science takes a look.
The fitness industry is dead. In my opinion, it's dead as a doornail. What's the origin of this problem? And how do we fix it? There is one thing we can focus on to save the fitness industry.
While we normally interview our featured coaches, that was not possible with Paul Wade. No interview and no photos. Why? Because the "convict" in Convict Conditioning is no joke.
Of the 2,462 athletes listed in the sudden death registry at the Minneapolis Heart Institute, 23 were sudden cardiac deaths in young African American athletes, correlated with sickle cell trait.
11 medals for the United States! Read all about the new developments in several Olympic events today, including swimming, shooting, and tennis.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. The popular topics this week include overtraining, Olympic lifting, parenting, and more!
Parkour? Par-what? Freerunning? What are people talking about and why are they climbing all over EVERYTHING? Get the lowdown on this awesome sport you can literally do ANYWHERE.
The 2012 Olympic Games are off to a running start, and the United States is second in the medal count. Read on for more details about today's events!
Dear Willow: I’m relatively new to the yoga scene and I read in many of your articles about your experience with a style called Forrest Yoga. What exactly is this and how do I learn more?
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