Fitness

It's vital that we pay attention to waist circumference rather than the numbers on a scale.
Most of us make our way through life with an unnaturally high level of neuromuscular tension, let's stop it.
The standing barbell overhead press gets a bad rap, but most problems are due to the lifter, not the lift.
A qualitative approach to a physical education system will rewire our selfish, shortsighted cultural patterns.
Trusting yourself is very important when practicing yoga because, more often than not, you will surprise yourself with the strength that you have.
An hour of weightlifting or jogging won't be enough to balance out the scales and cause serious weight loss. You need to be more active throughout the day.
Over the last two decades, kids between the ages of 6 and 18 have seen a rise in ACL tears.
Your ego-fueled lifts are more like the freak show than the strongman, and are setting you up for big problems.
Ditching your shoes will do your whole body good.
After just a two-week training period, the glucose uptake in thigh muscles returned to a normal level.
Greg Walsh demonstrates an unusual kettlebell progression to diversify to your ground-to-overhead routine.
New research shows walking or jogging helps patients with advanced gastrointestinal cancer to cope better with the side effects of chemotherapy.
But the health problems begin long before you ever receive your diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Insulin resistance, even in its early stages, can lead to a wide range of problems.
It's not a matter of boosting anything, but of getting rid of the roadblocks that keep your body from optimal production.
It is hard to duplicate the holistic, intrinsic approach to health and fitness that faith can provide.
There's no reason to beat yourself up if you're consistently doing most things right. Take this quiz.
Your true character is revealed in times of high stress.