If you're doing all the right things and still struggling, it's time to ask for help.
Maybe your poor training day isn’t a sign that you’re a terrible athlete.
Do not go gently into the good night - life is always full of possibilities for accomplishment and change.
People's feelings of well-being join other known factors for health.
Ulcerative colitis is one of the more common gastrointestinal disorders, but even though doctors aren't certain what causes it, the disease can be managed.
Low to moderate wine intake can prevent neurodegenerative diseases (like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's) from setting in.
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Couch potatoes get more out of high-intensity workouts because they stick with it longer. Enjoyment plays a big part.
If constant, uncontrolled thought is the problem, you aren't going to fix it with more thoughts.
Softer modalities of training deliver surprising preventative and performance benefits.
Avoid burnout by keeping work and home separate.
There isn't a magic bullet or yoga pose that will fix your lower back, but there is a method to find what will work for you.
Eating right may be the key to preventing impaired cognitive development.
Stick to your fitness routine, even when work gets stressful -- it might save your life.
Our primal fight-or-flight instinct has metastasized into a grinding, chronic disease.
If you are falling flat in your training, you may need more than a diet tweak or a different workout plan.
Find what centers you, shed your stressors, and your training plateau will disappear.