Health & Fitness Videos
All You Really Need to Know About Walking and Health
- Physical Therapy Tools Enable Data-Driven Wellness
WebMD's Chief Medical Officer, John Whyte, MD, explores how using personalized data from physical therapy tools can help tailor your fitness program with Drs. Daniel Giordano and Cameron Yuen of Bespoke Treatments.
- Is VR Giving You a Better Workout Than You Think?
Virtual reality could be providing a more efficient workout than you think. Kinesiology expert Jimmy Bagley, PhD, discusses using VR as a way to exercise.
- Food as Medicine
WebMD's chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, MPH, and fitness and wellness expert, Don Saladino, prepare healthy snacks to fuel your body and share the recipes.
- Food as Medicine: How to Make a Grain Bowl
WebMD's chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, MPH, and fitness and wellness expert, Don Saladino, prepare a healthy grain bowl to fuel your body and share the recipe.
- Food as Medicine: How to Make a PB&S
WebMD's chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, MPH, and fitness and wellness expert, Don Saladino, prepare a healthy twist on a PB&J to fuel your body and share the recipe.
- Food as Medicine: How to Make a Mudbowl
WebMD's chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, MPH, and fitness and wellness expert, Don Saladino, prepare overnight oats to fuel your body and share the recipe.
- Inside the Body Benefits of Movement
Take an inside look at how regular movement creates a more resilient body and mind.
- Chair Yoga: Focus on Your Posture and Breath
Guided instruction to practice good posture and deep breathing -- all from your chair.
- Myths and Facts: Cardio over 50
Is aerobic exercise after 50 too hard on your ticker? Get to the heart of the matter on cardio's many benefits regardless of age.
- Starting a Walking Routine
Going on a walk boosts mental focus and is easy on your joints. Learn more about other benefits of getting some steps in.
- Safe Bodyweight Exercises to Add to Your Walk
Bodyweight exercises are a simple, effective way to workout when and where you want.
- Starting a Walking Program
A leisurely stroll boasts several health perks for both your body and mind.
- How to HIIT
You can burn more calories by alternating high-energy cardio like jumping rope and burpees with periods of rest.
- No Equipment Needed
Using your own body weight as resistance, target different muscle groups with exercises like pushups, lunges, and bridges.
- Advanced Full-Body Workout
Work your muscles and build strength with slow, controlled movements like squats, chest presses, and leg lifts.
- Quick and Targeted Stretches
Stay limber and improve your flexibility with these stretches from Child’s Pose to Pigeon.
- Best Yoga Poses for Beginners
New to yoga? Build a strong foundation with 5 simple moves.
- How to Make Your Own Weights
Whether you want to start light or ramp up your routine, these everyday household items will boost your workout and build muscle.
- Ways to Combat Cabin Fever
A few ways to keep yourself from going stir crazy inside.
- Bodyweight Workout: 4 Exercises You Can Do at Home
Four moves that don’t require any equipment.
- Calorie-Burning Chores
Take 30 minutes and break a sweat with these calorie-burning household tasks.
- Tips for Exercising at Home
Here are some tips for exercising at home.
- "Deskercises" to Stretch and Strengthen Your Wrists
Some days don’t leave much room for exercise, but these easy and convenient moves can counter some of the negative effects of a desk job.
- Tai Chi for Beginners
Set your daily meditation into motion using these three moves to help center your mind, body, and spirit.
- Best Foods to Eat After a Workout
What you snack on after exercise can help your body recover.
- Fun Calorie-Burning Sports
Need to torch calories but don’t want to step foot inside a gym? These activities are fun and a good workout.
- Partner Stretches for Arms and Shoulders
Getting the best stretch sometimes requires a little assistance. Try one of these moves to open up your arms and shoulders.
- Best Exercises for Your Shoulders
Three foolproof moves to sculpt your shoulders.
- Best Exercises to Prevent Shin Splints
Exercise moves you can do to protect against shin splints.
- Best Moves for Better Posture
Whether you look down at your phone too often or spend all day sitting at a desk, these moves will help.
- 6 Medicine Ball Exercises for a Full-Body Workout
One medicine ball can challenge your body in so many ways. Try these exercises to mix up your next workout.
- Dance Moves for Your Upper Body
How many calories does 30 minutes of dancing burn off? Have a little fun and let loose with these moves.
- Dance Moves for Your Lower Body
Workouts don’t have to be all pain. This routine doesn’t even feel like exercise, but will get your heart rate going and tone your lower body.
- 5 Must-Try Kettlebell Exercises
This introductory kettlebell workout focuses on your back, glutes, and thighs.
- 7 Great Resistance Band Exercises
Want a workout you’ll feel later? A resistance band is a great way to tone your muscles.
- Best Calorie-Burning Exercises
Some exercises burn calories faster than others. These moves are sure to rev up your workout routine.
- Yoga for Confidence
Need to uplift your mood? Yoga is a great tool to make you feel strong and sure-footed.
- Water Exercises for Your Entire Body
This low-impact routine is easy on the joints and more fun than your typical workout.
- Water Exercises for Shoulders and Arms
Underwater resistance training is just as effective as lifting weights at the gym, but more gentle on joints. Take a break from the heat with these fun, simple exercises.
- Myositis Causes and Symptoms
Several conditions can cause myositis, but the most common symptom is swollen and inflamed muscles.
- 10-Minute Back Workout
Five moves, two sets, 10 minutes. This back workout targets different muscles and will challenge your entire body.
- Water Exercises for Your Back and Core
Move your workout to the pool as a way to cool off from the summer heat and take pressure off of your joints.
- 5 Places You Can Sneak Fitness Into Your Day
Whether you’re at home or on the go, a little creativity can keep you active -- no need to shell out dough for a gym membership or equipment.
- Water Exercises for Knees
Exercise can be tricky when you live with arthritis or an injury. Aqua exercises take pressure off your joints, but they offer enough resistance to give you a good workout.
- Yoga for Your Neck and Shoulders
Poor posture or excessive stress can create tension through the neck and shoulders. These gentle stretches can help you release any tightness.
- Yoga Poses for Your Feet
A variety of foot problems -- from arthritis to plantar fasciitis -- can stop you from getting enough exercise. These yoga moves will help improve flexibility and prevent these kinds of injuries down the road.
- Medicine Ball Exercises
A medicine ball can be a fun way to mix up your usual workout. Challenge yourself with two rounds of 5 classic moves. Each exercise will test your balance and strengthen your entire body.
- Yoga for Hand Pain
Yoga is a great type of exercise for aches caused by arthritis or other injuries. These gentle moves specifically target your hands and wrists to improve joint flexibility.