In a new study, mountain hiking had similar psychological and stress-reducing benefits whether or not there were signs of human habitation
A simple questionnaire assessing self-regulatory skills—planning, self-monitoring, evaluation, reflection—offers clues about who will push themselves to a sports injury
Yes, the physiology and biomechanics of treadmill running are a little different. But how you feel about it is probably more important.
The hype around the technology has raced ahead of the evidence. Now the evidence may be catching up.
Researchers dig into the nitty-gritty of interval training, with insights of what, why, and how you should train for different goals
A new statistical approach brings sophisticated probability analysis to the future of marathoning
Scientists are untangling why it’s easier to regain fitness than to start from scratch
New research parses the different effects of exercise on anger as an emotion versus anger as a mood
A push-up test outperformed a treadmill test for predicting cardiac health—but it’s not all about your pecs
A new model reinterprets those pretty graphs that seemed to show minimalist shoes reducing impact forces