After years of science failing to show the benefits of multivitamins, research has found multivitamins may benefit older adults and athletes

While plant-based meats may sound like a no-brainer for your health, athletes need to read the fine print

A new study of athletic career trajectories finds that early success is less meaningful than you’d think

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We often focus so much of our stretching on our legs, but athletes need to focus just as much time and energy on their upper body

Researchers assess the potential benefits—and downsides—of the hundreds of bioactive compounds in your morning brew

Vitamin B12 is an important player in keeping your engine running and your energy levels up. Find out which foods can increase your intake naturally.

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Find out how you can achieve your fitness goals and raise money for blood cancer patients and families at the same time

Find essential electrolytes like sodium, potassium, magnesium in everyday fruits

Broadly labeling a certain cuisine as “unhealthy” is not only wrong—it’s also harmful

A trainer breaks down her go-to moves to maintain healthy hip abduction

CEOs often brag about clocking only a few hours of shut-eye a night. But is that really all you need for optimal functioning? We asked the experts.

When it comes to your recovery, you’re likely neglecting this section of your spine. Here’s how to offer it some relief.

Healthy human snacks don’t always translate well for pups. Veterinarian Dr. Heather Berst, MA, VMD, shares what treats are okay—and which should be avoided.

Tramadol has a long history of suspected abuse among cyclists, and now there’s enough data to put it on WADA’s banned list

Experts suggest the practice of grounding may lead to better shut-eye. Here’s why.

It’s time to integrate these trainer-approved exercises into your recovery regimen

When illness or injury forces you to take a complete break, researchers have some ideas on how to limit the fall-out

Sports scientists weigh in on the trends that will keep the PRs coming

They’re all over your social media feeds, but do they actually work? We turned to a pharmacist and dietician for answers.

Here's why you need to monitor your water intake

During a spontaneous jungle trek, the athlete had a wild idea: she would become the team yoga instructor for the New Orleans Saints

Analyzing glucose data from endurance athletes offers new(ish) insights, with the potential of more to come

How diaphragmatic breathing practices and other non-pharmaceutical options can help ease your queasy stomach

They don’t necessarily save energy, but a new study suggests they might save your legs

Here's what to keep in mind about hydration supplementation at all elevations

The case for taking more than just a momentary water break

After the deaths of two loved ones, the personal coach decided to break free from the life she thought she wanted to pursue the life she knew she needed

To optimize your health or supercharge your training, you sometimes need to look beyond the lab

Studies show that astonishing experiences in nature can have life-changing benefits, and that even small everyday doses of time outdoors can have immediate impacts

After seeing more and more people join in on this outdoor fitness craze, I decided to try it for 30 days

Does cooking spinach break down its essential nutrients? Does raw spinach have too much oxalic acid? We find out.

There are both healthy and harmful ways to get away from it all, psychologists point out

A high-tech approach called metabolomics offers a new perspective on how your body bounces back from 26.2 miles

Some workout enthusiasts are turning to the prescription drug to regulate their weight. Here’s why experts say that’s dangerous.

I have ADHD, occasional anxiety, and my sleep schedule sucked. After a four-month experiment, I found the antidote to my problems was right outside my front door.

For climbers and hikers who strive for higher peaks, these exercises may help prepare your lungs for thin air

Fine-tune your muscle imbalances with this workout finisher series from physical therapist assistant and personal trainer Lee Welton

Plus, what to keep in mind as you ice that sore muscle

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In her new book, ‘Laid and Confused,’ Maria Yagoda explores why we’re having such bad sex—and tactics that may help change that

Records are falling and times are dropping. Is it the shoes, or something else?

She knew she was going to be the best triathlete in the world one day. But first she had to learn to swim.

Some doctors are now prescribing physical activity for mental health. Here's why.

Dr. Heather Berst, MA, VMD, gives us the rundown on dog first-aid kit essentials, as well as how to respond to several common backcountry canine medical situations

It’s time to perfect your squat form. By avoiding these errors, you’ll finally be able to do just that.

The scientific evidence is overwhelmingly clear: spending time outdoors boosts your brain function. So what are you waiting for?

How concerned should we be about heavy metals in our favorite beverages?

The latest research suggests that muscle oxygen can detect exercise thresholds, with no blood required

We know meditation and visualization exercises benefit our mental health. Could they also support our physical bodies?

Researchers present new findings on mental fatigue, mental training, and the importance of your surroundings

Wildfire seasons are getting worse. The increase in smoke is harming heart, lung, brain, and skin health.

These movements will help you build functional leg strength

The features include new metrics for cyclists, improved cellular access data for hikers, and mood tracking for wellness enthusiasts

Scientists consider the latest spikes, individual variability, and the pros and cons of training in racing shoes

The ancient ritual turned TikTok trend is happening everywhere

Instead of berating yourself for wasting away your time, focus your energy on these three key benefits

Gladys McGarey, MD, explains what we should all be doing to seek out happy, healthy, and fulfilling lives

These science-backed hacks can help you lower your stress levels almost instantly

Here’s how to maximize the benefits of that “hurts so good” feeling

Physicians and researchers weigh in on the benefits and disadvantages of having hypermobile joints

Kelly Murray, a certified pediatric and adult sleep consultant, shares what you need to know about this common habit

Many believe intermittent fasting negatively affects women’s hormones and fertility. The science suggests otherwise.

A certified personal trainer breaks down what you actually need to know about lifting and running

Scientists reconsider the assumption that it only helps strength and power athletes

Because of all the gear you buy for your rides, your helmet may be the most important

These joints are essential for all of your outdoor activities. These movements will keep them functional and healthy.

Losing a close friend taught the fitness instructor that embracing your emotions is a sign of strength and growth