The path to a regular exercise routine has great rewards as well as roadblocks. We’ll help make it simple and safe – and give you motivation to push on.
Use these tips to set up your at-home exercise routine.
Who has time to waste on ineffective, risky exercises? Not you. So ditch these nine moves that may not deliver the results you want -- and may even cause injury.
There are plenty of ways to be active in fall and winter, even if the weather turns cold. You can stay in shape and have fun while you're at it.
Summer is a great time for being active. Even if you live where it gets hot or humid, there are ways you can stay in shape year-round. But make sure to take precautions when you are active outside.
The best way to keep building muscle mass or burn calories is to make it a habit to switch up your workout -- especially when you notice that your current plan has become comfy.
Wouldn't it be nice if you knew exactly what to do to lose weight successfully? What you need is a fitness tracker and a smart goal!
What these devices do and how to pick the right one for you.
6 tips from fitness tracker super users.
WebMD takes a look at common workout injuries, how to prevent them, and what to do when workout injuries occur.
Muscle strain -- or muscle pull or even a muscle tear -- implies damage to a muscle or its attaching tendons.
Lactic acidosis occurs naturally during vigorous exercise.
Running injuries usually happen when you push yourself too hard or don't have the right form. You can prevent many of them. Here's how.
Ligament injuries in the knee - such as an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) -- are dreaded by professional and amateur athletes alike.
Head injuries are injuries to the scalp, skull, or brain caused by trauma.
Ankle injuries can happen to anyone at any age. Here's how to prevent and treat them.
It's one of the darkest fears of pitchers, tennis players, and many other athletes: a rotator cuff tear.
Learn about different types of sports injuries and treatments.