You can do this yoga-meets-wrestling series of movements anywhere, with results that put the weight machines to shame

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?

Make those nebulous resolutions last by turning them into habits. The key? The right reward.

Fact-checking trusted training maxims

Take up yoga. Or at least give it a try.

Strength is useless if you don't hone your agility—the skill of translating power into meaningful movement. And it all starts with mastering the "Kong vault."

For years, it seemed like drug testers would never get ahead of cheaters. The Russian bribery scandal raises an even scarier possibility: the testers are dirty too.

Examining the perpetual youth and singular talent of surfing's king

I know that proper form while I'm working out is important, but what about my posture the rest of the day—does that really impact my fitness level?

We don't know if the biohacking craze is full of snake-oil salesmen or prophets. Probably a little of both.

Convince the computer you're clean and you get the Clean Protocol program's seal of approval. Any takers?

Face it, most of us aren't complete athletes. We lack the strength to make us fit, and we follow cultlike exercise programs. But there is a cure: Listen to renegade coach Mark Rippetoe, grab a barbell, and get back to basics.

A handful of years ago Rachel Brathen was a cigarette-smoking, rebellious teen in Sweden. Then she moved to Costa Rica, found yoga, booted up Instagram, and became a yoga celebrity—if there is such a thing.

As patients jettison insurance plans for concierge care, some are looking to optimize their fitness level along with their health.

Sure, running five minutes a day will help you live longer, but it's not going to get you in shape—or even scrape the surface of your potential.

Ingenious tips from essential wellness books

Some people might be built for speed and others for distance, but everyone benefits from running faster. This is how you do it.

Don't listen to the headlines—you need more than seven hours of sleep to play hard.

In The Art of Competition, Ironman-turned-author Mark Allen gives insight into the thoughts that helped him race his fastest while living to the fullest.

1,800 CrossFit gyms already offer programs for kids. Should they?

There's more to life than chasing definition in certain muscle groups. Maintaining a healthy weight, for instance.

Elevate your practice with a new kit.

The "eight-percent rule" ignores the power exercise has to counter time spent on your butt.

In an age of whiz-bang techno-training, it’s way too easy to lose track of what made us fit in the first place: quality movement, good food, and high-intensity common sense.

The only fix to tight hips is a good lunge and twist

If you’re looking for an excuse to hit the massage table more frequently (or to justify the expense if you’re already doing it), you’re in luck. A recent study from the University of Illinois at Chicago backs up what we’ve long suspected: Massage therapy…

If you’re looking to get zen in the USA with some sun salutations and downward dogs, here are a few places you should try. White Lotus Foundation Retreat Center Santa Barbara, CaliforniaFor the yogi looking to hone his or her practice Every year, the…

They help you break falls and climb walls. Here's how to keep them strong.

Essential wisdom from the American running coach and legend

You love to run. You hate to get hurt. Even if injuries are inevitable, there’s plenty you can do about them. Here’s your guide to fixing the most frequent problems.

What you need to know to get running

Sitting for three or more hours a day can take years off of your life. When you're active, you won't lose years, but an occasional bump, bruise or sprain can keep you off your bike, out of your running shoes or off the slopes.

By Elizabeth Eilers Sullivan As I wrote about in my last post, yoga can help kids develop flexibility, strength, agility, balance, and body awareness. When teaching little yogis, it’s important not to worry too much about proper poses or “doing it right.” It’s more about exposing them to…

Yoga can help children in many of the same ways it helps adults: by encouraging a sense of calm, presence, and mindfulness

A strong trunk is the key to efficient paddling. These four poses will help get you there.

Staying loose and strong are essential for efficient swimming. These four poses strike the perfect balance.

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