A new study indicates being inactive can trigger changes in both brain chemistry and structure, helping lead to negative cardio-health outcomes.
Researchers from the UK found that taking just 2,000 extra steps could decrease the risk of heart disease by 8 percent. Walk for health!
A new study indicates doubling your protein consumption could minimize muscle loss and help ensure fat is the only thing you’re losing.
Recently, a review that examined previous studies affirmed that people who exercise are able to reduce the severity of their depression.
A recent meta-analysis has found that exercise is just as effective as drugs at preventing death caused by numerous diseases such as heart disease and stroke.
It can be difficult to stay motivated and workout through cold months. Here are 5 tips to ensure your motivation meter stays on high throughout the year.
If lymph within your body is not flowing properly, you may feel sick and run-down. So what’s the solution? Simple exercise and rebounding should help.
A recent study found that for every extra daily minute of high intensity exercise, participants reduced their obesity risk by up to 5 percent.
Researchers have found that watermelon juice can actually help hydrate, relieve muscle soreness, and boost your athletic performance.