Here are the top toning tweaks to make in your 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond.
Shin splints is used as an all-encompassing term for any pain on the front of the shin. But it's important to know that shin splints are often warning sign of a larger injury that has gone unaddressed.
The key is to keep the focus on "playing" exercise games or sports, because the moment they becomes "work," the kids will tune you out and turn off.
Maintaining the range of motion of a joint is as simple as incorporating a few rotation exercises into your daily routine with controlled articular rotations (CARs).
Low intensity steady state, or LISS, exercise is any repetitive motion for 30 to 45 minutes at 50 to 60 percent of your maximum heart rate. Typically, this refers to such activities as walking, swimming, or even jogging or biking at an easy pace.
Did you give your arms the cold shoulder this winter? With warmer weather on the way, it's time to focus on those overlooked limbs.
You can eat too much of a good thing, even when it comes to something as health-promoting as fruit. Here's how to keep a healthy habit from turning harmful.
Metabolic flexibility is the body's ability to quickly switch between fat and carbohydrates to fuel exercise.
Give your body the boost it needs by shifting, standing, and stretching throughout your workday.
Knowledge is power, and unfortunately, if you're receiving misinformation it's enough to derail your productivity in the gym.
While exercise may seem like an unlikely cure for muscle and joint aches, staying active can actually help ease discomfort.
In most gyms, there's a machine for every muscle group. But if you plan to rely on machines only, you won't make much progress toward your fitness goals.
Although weight matters when it comes to health, the true path to wellness may be to not try to lose weight at all.