Working Out in the Cold Cold weather doesn't have to put a freeze on your outdoor exercise program. If you take precautions, you can still work out when the weather turns chilly.
Staying Fit the Old-fashioned Way The major culprit behind the U.S. decline in physical activity may be our own high-tech and increasingly sedentary lifestyle.
Athletic Shoes: Lace Them to Fit Simply lacing your shoes or sneakers properly, along with choosing a shoe that fits your foot correctly, can add comfort to your stride and prevent foot injuries.
Racket Sports: Tops in Training Playing tennis or racquetball is a fun way to boost the intensity of your fitness program, as well as improve your balance, strength and agility.
Common Injuries of the Shoulder The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, but because of this flexibility, it is not very stable and is easily injured.
How and Why to Keep a Training Log A training log helps you organize and save information about your exercise routine so you can work toward your important goals.
Weight Room No Longer Off-Limits to Kids The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Sports Medicine now say that strength training is fine for kids, as long as they are supervised and don't try to lift too much weight.
How to Avoid Common Running Injuries Knowing about common injuries and how to prevent them can keep you on track toward achieving your fitness goals.