As we move into fall, the shorter, colder days can make it easy to become demotivated about your workout regime, but the change in season can also be a great time to try something new.
Celebrity trainer David Kirsch shares his suggestions for why your workout plan may not be working out for you, and how to get the most out of your fitness regime.
The benefits of exercise are well known, but for the first time researchers have found that regular exercisers show the same beneficial changes to the heart as those seen in endurance athletes.
New research has found that regular physical activity in older adults could increase brain size and decrease the risk of cognitive decline.
Yoga instructors are now catering to men with classes that emphasize strength over stretching and offering everything from craft beer after class to man-only retreats away from the fairer sex.
Getting more girls and women into sport would improve health around the world, suggests new research from the University of Queensland.
Health problems caused by a lack of daily physical exercise cost the world some $67.5 billion (61 billion euros) in 2013 -- more than many countries' GDP, researchers said Thursday.
Sitting all day can have serious health consequences and possibly even lead to an early death, unless it’s offset by one hour of physical activity, according to a new study.
Spending more than 2.5 hours in front of a television every day could increase your risk of dying from a blood clot in the lung, a new study suggests.
A new Canadian study has found that hormones produced in fat cells of obese people can promote breast cancer growth, which suggests that exercise could help fight the disease in some patients.
Exercise helps brain development in children and youth and helps them learn better, an expert panel says.
A personal trainer in Calgary gained 30 lbs. to help him understand the struggle some people go through to lose weight.
The creators of Fitbit have teamed up with a panel of American sleep experts to unveil 'Sleep Schedule' -- a new update to their popular fitness app which is meant to help users get a better night’s sleep.
A team of Canadian researchers studying mice have found that exercising into old age could help muscles repair themselves as quickly as possible after injury.
In response to research that suggests inactive children may be losing sleep as a result, new guidelines are being released to outline what a healthy 24-hour period should look like for young people.
The more fit people are when they reach middle age, the less likely they are to suffer a stroke later in life, according to new U.S. research.