They’re popular events throughout the winter, but do they provide any health benefits?
The general advice for most Americans is: Get more exercise. But the question is what kind of exercise, how intensely and for how long?
Weak bones may seem like a problem of aging, but there’s plenty we can do early in life (in our teens and 20s) to make sure bones stay healthy down the line
Playing video games isn’t exactly demanding on the body, but some newer versions may get children moving enough to keep them healthy.
In journalist Janice Min’s new book, the author shares health, beauty and fitness tips from celebrity trainers, doctors and the stars themselves
As with so many other things in life, exercise may work best if you follow the Goldilocks rule: exercise neither too little nor too much, if your goal is to shed extra weight, a new study finds.
Turns out, being obese isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Working out in middle age can result in fewer chronic diseases, including heart problems, diabetes, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer
How a TIME reporter found herself hanging upside down from the ceiling in a yoga class
Good news: 6 in 10 Americans are now walking every week, and they’re three times more likely to get the recommended amount of exercise than people who don’t take strolls
Studies suggest you should be squeezing in some heart-pumping cardio, no matter how little time you have to spare
A new clinical trial among patients with heart failure shows that regular exercise helps alleviate depressive symptoms and prevent hospitalizations and death