For nearly a year, a group of young Palestinian men have been training in "street workout," a sport inspired by a Swedish fitness trend that now has urban bodybuilding making ripples in Gaza.
A recently discovered hormone called irisin that's produced during exercise is not just a myth, according to a new study that traced circulation in the blood at nanogram levels.
The latest edition of Women's Running is focused on body positivity and highlighting that runners' bodies don't all fit one specific mold.
Being healthier may be found in something as simple as standing more and sitting less at work, a new study says.
To avoid continue playing hard this summer, it is important to know how to stay hydrated in all situations under the sun.
Millions of yoga enthusiasts across the world bent and twisted their bodies in complex postures Sunday to mark the first International Yoga Day.
Men who are out of shape, overweight, drink too much and smoke are costing Canada $36.9 billion a year, according to a new study.
A Canadian doctor is challenging people to avoid taking the easy way out and to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Physical activity experts share three ways to get kids involved in active outdoor play.
Engaging kids in active outdoor play is a key focus of the new ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth.
In the first advice of its kind, British experts are recommending office workers stand for at least two hours a day, in a warning against the dangers of prolonged sitting.
As NASA, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, designs a fitness program for astronauts whose goal is to combat space's toll on the body, their discoveries could help keep us Earthlings in shape.
Elite athletes are blessed with an area of the brain that performs 82 per cent faster than average under intense pressure, a study published on Wednesday claims.
Starring in music videos at the age of 100, Eileen Kramer is probably the oldest working dancer and choreographer in Australia, if not the world.
Dehydration may not be the threat to sporting performance that athletes have been led to believe, a new study suggests.
Bogota-based startup Biko is out to make bicycling pay off for riders in traffic-choked cities around the world.