Whether the goal is to finish a marathon, polish a tennis game or make the most of that hour at the gym, fitness experts say pacing can spell the difference between success and stagnation.
Harassing obese people, a practice known as "fat shaming," does not encourage them to lose weight and can actually result in weight gain, a new study from the United Kingdom suggests.
You must have sweated off hundreds of calories during that Spin class, so it's totally okay to indulge in a bowl of ice cream when you get home—right? Not so fast.
How many of us hit that mid-afternoon slump and immediately run for a fresh cup o’ Joe?
The question: I'm constantly looking at my fitness tracker. But how much can I really rely on what it's telling me?
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In our culture, marathon runners and triathletes are often seen as the picture of perfect health and physical stamina. But before you add a marathon to your bucket list, it behooves you to know...
People who walk, bike or take public transportation to work tend to be thinner than those who ride in their own cars, according to a new study from the UK.
When it comes to pacing, women runners have men beat.