A five-minute stretching routine to refresh and relax your neck, shoulders, and upper back.
Foam rolling your upper body muscles can be tricky. Our expert’s guidance and foam-roller exercises will help you make the right moves and target back pain.
There are two distinctive tendon injuries: tendonitis and tendinosis. Knowing the difference can help you heal the damage a lot faster.
Learn the moves for this unexpected core-strengthening workout.
Not getting the results you want from traditional ab exercises? Try this multilayered approach to building a strong, functional core.
These guidelines and training tips for prenatal and postpartum fitness can help keep you strong and safe through pregnancy and beyond.
Embracing the process of running made Clare Gallagher an elite ultramarathoner — and a committed environmentalist.
Thinking of taking some time off? Here are six tips to actually make it happen.
Sports, like tennis, that involve more social interaction may help longevity, according to a recent study.
Yes, you’re at work. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t find time for fitness.
You don’t have to sweat and strain to get strong. This two-month, field-tested strength-training program will show you another way.
Tight hamstrings can limit your freedom of movement and increase your risk of injury. Here’s how to loosen ’em up with hamstring exercises — including hamstring stretches.
One woman shares hard-earned lessons from her postpartum recovery to help others recognize the importance of persistence, self-care, and patience.
The first step, says our expert, is to focus on your breathwork.
Squeeze in activity throughout the day with these creative body-strengthening mini-workouts.
A stronger grip can yield benefits in the weight room and the workplace.
Our fitness editor describes how she learned to carve out time for exercise in her hectic schedule.
Running coaches share their tips on building speed for both short and long distances.
Improve your form to get all the benefits of this deep, front-body stretch.
Keep your wrists functional and pain-free with these daily stretches and massages.
Sabbaticals aren’t just for college professors anymore. Many workers are taking time off to pursue a creative project, build a skill, or simply expand their horizons.