Fitness activity trackers have come a long way since Leonardo da Vinci sketched a rudimentary gear-and-pendulum pedometer to track the treks of 15th century Roman soldiers.
Years ago, scientists played around with a pound of squishy, slimy human fat and found that it contained 3,500 calories of energy.
New research has found that yoga may be beneficial in managing and improving cardiovascular disease risk factors.
The sight of a pro athlete chugging a sugary soda after a close game was bizarre enough to light up social media.
Fighting the battle of the bulge can become an all-out war in the winter, but the right kind of workout can help ensure your victory.
Not everyone with type 2 diabetes will benefit from exercise, according to a fresh look at past research.
Outdoor workouts left women in a better mood and kept them exercising longer than counterparts who exercised indoors, according to a small study from Canada.
People who add a little walking to their routines after weight loss surgery decrease their risk of diabetes and improve their heart health more than those who stay sedentary, according to a new study.