Fitness

Could the potential cure for diabetes and obesity be as simple as protein?
The question of the best athlete in the world is more complicated than medal counts.
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.
Accumulation of a toxic class of fat metabolites, known as ceramides, may make people more prone to type 2 diabetes.
There are no inherently dangerous exercises, just instances when demand exceeds current capacity.
The ADA has released new guidelines. More activity can improve glucose control and encourage weight loss.
Find the ideal gift for the strongwoman in your life just became all that much simpler.
Making sure you get enough fiber is no joke.
Sophia McDermott Drysdale is a black belt in Jiu Jitsu and a physique competitor. She is also someone who has had to reshape her journey through fitness with changing circumstances.
Maybe Santa is jolly, and a little corpulent, but research seems to indicate that big people are not happier.
Eating right may be the key to preventing impaired cognitive development.
Low-volume, high-weight resistance training is the accepted "norm" for building strength, but that may not be the case.
Whether you grow to reach your potential depends entirely on the effort you are willing to invest.
Here are ten amazing products that you can rely on to put a smile on any runner's face, and a spring in their stride.
Find the right balance of variables to make this winter's training your most productive yet.
Research of hunger gatherers in East Africa shows that physical activity is approximately 14 times greater than average American.
After total knee replacement (TKR), the risk for hip fracture increased by 4% and the risk for vertebral fracture increased by 19% percent compared to the population without TKR