Improve your heart health, mood, stamina and more with regular physical activity.
Find out what you need to know before starting an exercise routine if you have a chronic disease.
Get tips on combining elements of flexibility, mobility, balance and core training, cardiovascular exercise, and strength training in one workout session.
Learn how to bring the joys of play back into your life so that you can stay fit while having fun.
Adding play and exploration into your fitness plan can help you move more efficiently and stay engaged.
The common cold doesn't have to keep you on the sidelines. Mild to moderate exercise is usually OK if your symptoms are all above the neck, such as a runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing or minor sore throat. However, if your symptoms are below the neck, such as chest congestion, a hacking cough or upset stomach, delay your workout. And don't exercise if you have a fever, fatigue or widespread muscle aches.
Combine exercise and family time by incorporating physical activity at every stage of your kids' lives.
Increase your odds of a long, healthy life by improving your cardiovascular fitness.
Anyone can benefit from a yoga practice, no matter how old you are, what shape you're in or what physical challenges you have.
Looking for a fitness challenge? If so, a boot camp workout might be for you.
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