Douglas Perry

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There is more to your time on the mat than going through a few stretching poses.
Memberships in clubs continue to grow, according to the latest research. We talk to Ben Midgely, CEO of Crunch and veteran industry entrepreneur, about what that means to you.
Your job isn't to be the coolest person in your own gym; it's customer service and business management.
Sherpas have genetically adapted to living in low oxygen environments and this could be good news for preventing more deaths in ICUs.
Over the last two decades, kids between the ages of 6 and 18 have seen a rise in ACL tears.
The Mayo Clinic is getting behind a new body composition app in hopes of replacing BMI.
The "Oprah of Health" doesn't seem to be stoppable - she just gets to distribute her kooky health ideas to millions more people in lots of new ways.
Common sense is making a comeback. Discredited findings, diet nazis, and the fact that no two people feel the same way about the same eating regimen: a new study puts fat back where it belongs.
They say champion athletes don't always make good coaches, but Kristan Clever has a passion to prove you wrong.
Researchers look into the efficacy of shoulder manipulation on competitive athletes.
Resistance bands intensify strengthening and stretching while creating stamina and flexibility.
Laurie Nelson, 72, is a champion athlete and she going to be breaking records for a long, long time to come.