Mayor Bloomberg may have cancelled the ING NYC Marathon, but that didn’t keep thousands of runners from hitting the pavement on Sunday.
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It’s October, which means it’s race season. Many runners are amping up their training for big runs this fall, including the New York City marathon in early November and various half-marathons leading up to it.
Playing video games isn’t exactly demanding on the body, but some newer versions may get children moving enough to keep them healthy.
Parents should be discouraged from letting kids bounce on trampolines at home, according to an updated policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
Just in time for football season, a new study finds that National Football League players suffer more than just their fair share of soreness.
What you should eat before and after a training run — or any intense day at the gym — to help you energize, refuel and perform at your best
Tony Horton is the creator and marketer of the P90x, a set of workout DVDs that Paul Ryan credits for keeping him in shape. I quizzed him about fitness, Arnold Schwarzenegger and the congressional gym.
Here’s a rundown of the banned substances that Armstrong allegedly used to fuel his historic seven Tour de France wins
Marathon runners don’t have a monopoly on the runner’s high. For novice runners, a “fun run” is a great introduction to organized racing events; for those in training for longer races, it can help stoke your competitive edge. …