By the looks of it, this winter is not going away any time soon.
Many of us who love getting in an intense workout often wonder – “Does more sweating equal more health benefit?” It sure does feel like it.
There will definitely be days where it’s too cold to run outside or you just don’t feel like hopping in the car, trekking to the gym and fighting for a parking spot.
If you’ve ever been downhill skiing, you know that it can be quite good exercise.
Your life couldn’t get any busier, right? But then you go and decide that one thing you’re missing is more fitness, especially after those holiday calories make your pants fit just a bit too snugly
It’s time to answer that perennial question: Which is better: yoga or Pilates?
Type 2 diabetes is a serious disease that affects people worldwide.
Winter is the perfect time to jump on the kettlebell bandwagon. In case you haven’t heard of it or aren’t very familiar with it, a kettlebell is a weight that is shaped like a cannonball with a very thick handle attached to the top.
Dietary fat gets a bad rap, but there are several different types and not all are bad.
With our increasingly busy modern lives, it’s often difficult to fit everything we’d like in to all of our days.