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Beth Rodden opens up about her decades-long struggle with her body and climbing

Stop worrying about weight gain. The pandemic gives you enough to think about.

When the long-running TV game show relaunched in January, it promised a kinder, gentler version suited for the current health climate. It didn't deliver.

Nutritionist and journalist Christy Harrison makes a case against the state of nutrition in America in her new book, 'Anti-Diet'

A good diet is a balance of nutrition, flexibility, and giving your body what it needs

The new program, called Kurbo, could encourage dangerous habits for young people

Silicon Valley’s latest foray into fitness tech offers a new way to measure up

Old-school diets may have fallen out of favor, but diet messaging is still everywhere. Intuitive eating promises to help you drown it out.

You've heard about paleo, keto, Whole30, IIFYM, and intermittent fasting. But can they support an active lifestyle?

Sure, eating less is the main driver of weight loss, but nailing the right amount of shut-eye each night helps too

Plain old spuds are the original superfood. We should all be eating more of them.

Among other things: potatoes are the shit, junk food is OK, and everything you know about serving sizes is wrong

It won't solve all your health problems, but it might make your life a bit better

More than a century ago, strongman Adrian Peter Schmidt published a book claiming he could get you fit with just 15 minutes of work per day. We put that claim to the test.

A growing number of ­scientists, athletes, and even a retired general believe that ­fasting leads to better health. Should you listen?

The popular comic writer and entrepreneur can trace his success back to one day: the day he started running

A new study would have us believe that we have to work harder now to maintain a healthy weight. But is it true?

Fat and fit is a myth, but a few extra pounds won't kill you—and being skinny won't necessarily save your life.

Losing fat and boosting muscle mass can make a big difference in how you burn calories.

Some companies claim that their clothing can make you burn extra calories. Don't believe the hype.

A techy barbecue straight out of 'Elysium'

Music to your ears, training for your heart

You no longer need a backyard to grill like a caveman.

Foil bike thieves while recording your commuting data.

Your bowl of oatmeal may get boring, but it’s the key to better meal choices throughout the day

Even if it means eating a bar on the bike

Fact-checking trusted training maxims

What's around your wrist can affect how much is in your wallet

Restaurants make us impulsive, which means it can be hard to turn down the cheesecake no matter how big a label it comes with.

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

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.

We've taught ourselves to consider high-calorie snacks a reward for hard work. But there's a secret to making our diets more effective and keeping the weight off—and it has nothing to do with willpower.

Rule One: Don't confine your training to the gym. Movement needs to be a lifestyle. Rule Two: Don't just move. You need a goal. And you need to train.

Ingenious tips from essential wellness books

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