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These products claim to tone muscles and speed workout recovery. But the jury is out as to whether they’re worth the hefty price tag.
If you thought osteoporosis was only an issue for women and older men, you were wrong
A new theory behind the elusive runner's high
The biological reasoning behind our favorite pre-race laxative
How much water you actually need to drink and how to make sure you're actually drinking it
You’re strong when you run flats but as soon as you hit a hill, you’re gasping like a fish on land. Here’s what’s going on.
The downside of doing a different workout every day
If your upper-body strength leaves much to be desired, here's a bit of advice.
We know you’re curious. You should be. Boxing is a great full-body, low-impact workout. Here are a few tips for incorporating it into your fitness repertoire.
Several times now, I've come down with a sore throat and sniffles in the days following a marathon or triathlon. Am I allergic to exercise?
It's a great fitness tool—but there are other ways to use it besides swings
I've been eyeing a course record, but this summer heat is making me lethargic. Any advice on tackling the perfect ride?
It's summer! I'm doubling my mileage and already feeling the pain. What can I do, aside from cutting back or resting, to stay healthy?
Four ways to avoid a potentially dangerous inflammatory response
The number of hours you're supposed to shoot for: 4
Help! I just signed up for my first off-road race, but I live in a concrete jungle
Jumping and "plyo" exercises boost speed and power. But they can benefit distance athletes, too.
Whenever I train or race in the heat, I always feel a strong urge to take a nap. Why, and what can I do to counter it besides loading up on caffeine?
I enjoy beer in moderation, even when training for races. But I have friends who stop drinking entirely for a month leading up to the big day. Are they on to something?
Expert tips to help you get the most out of your strength session—so you don't waste your time.
My city gets smoggy during the summer months. Will it make me sick to train outdoors?
A little of both, probably
Fat and fit is a myth, but a few extra pounds won't kill you—and being skinny won't necessarily save your life.
I got myself a sport watch and it came with a chest strap. I'm tempted not to use the strap because heart rate training seems difficult. Any tips for making it simple?
I know I need some help with my current workout regimen, but I don't know where to start.
I'm an endurance athlete and I feel like if I can't get in at least an hour, working out is pointless. Is there any benefit to training if I have less than 20 minutes to do it?
Basketball or soccer games with friends can take the place of cardio, but they shouldn't be your only form of exercise.
Losing fat and boosting muscle mass can make a big difference in how you burn calories.
Some top-tier bikes tip the scales at just over ten pounds—with a $15,000 price tag. But we have good news: You can save your money, and still go fast.
Boost reaction time and reduce clumsiness on the field with these expert moves.
Turns out you'll start to see and feel results from a new workout routine very quickly—sometimes after just one session.
Maybe. But first, don't assume you're actually iron deficient.
For the first time, the energy-boosting adhesives are being marketed specifically to athletes. Here's what you need to know about them.
There's no scientific evidence proving that salt therapy will make you a better athlete. But it can have some surprising health benefits that have nothing to do with the respiratory system.
Some companies claim that their clothing can make you burn extra calories. Don't believe the hype.
There's nothing wrong with tuning into a show while you're on a trainer. It can actually have some surprising benefits—if done in moderation.
Plus the secret to Lindsey Vonn's amazing comeback.
Feed your competitive appetite—sometimes without even leaving the house.
I just had surgery after a skiing accident, and my wrist is in a cast for several weeks. What can I do to avoid losing strength while I can't move it?
My buddy and I have a bet going. He says snowboarding burns more calories, I say downhill skiing does. Who's right?
Sign up for a midnight fun run on New Year's Eve—and kick ass. Here's how.
Turns out the spin bike is the key to getting—and staying—fast
I'm a runner coming off my competitive season, and I've been super vigilant about watching my weight. Is there anything wrong with gaining a few pounds over the holidays?