Fitness

Meditation, mindfulness, and stress management are all different things, but they may all produce the same effects.
Long before the powerlifters and Olympic lifters stopped talking to each other, barbell athletes used to train both, and more.
Breathing well can act as a calming liaison between your conscious mind and your freaked-out nervous system.
Simple, safe, and effective training protocols for these areas will elicit maximum performance on the field.
According to new research from Penn University, there is a way to activate the "browning process" that can turn white fat cells into brown fat cells.
Yoga can be a truly effective option for regaining control over your mind and emotions, as well as your body.
So what are doctors to do when it comes to making decisions where the player's health and wellbeing is on one side, and the club is on the other?
Paying more attention to your muscles during the eccentric phase of any exercise is a good way to essentially access untapped strength.
Flexibility is as much about the mind as it is the muscle.
Keep it simple. Work on foundation skills. Get lifting now.
Your gut is arguably one of the most important parts of your body.
Excessive sugar intake can cause health problems ranging from diabetes to obesity to higher risk of cancer.
The devices we use to track our activities are about to experience a quantum leap.
Becoming a dad isn't the end of your fitness lifestyle, but it does require a shift in mindset and methods.
This 6-minute, full-body warm up and joint mobilization sequence will prime your body for whatever workout lies ahead.
Borrowing from a world rooted in dysfunction is not an appropriate way to improve people who aren't broken.
If your standards are improperly high, you may never see the progress you're looking for.