Dubbed the “Flamingo Challenge,” a team of researchers wanted to find out whether a balance test might be a reliable indicator of a person’s risk of mortality.
The timing of exercise remains a controversial topic, but a new study suggests there may be an optimal time to workout to get the specific results you desire.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the U.S. Because of the rising prevalence of heart disease and high blood pressure among Black women, the American Medical Association is launching a new campaign called “Release the Pressure.”
Chris Sandberg 'can’t let go' of the Grilled Stuft Nacho
Participants will also be automatically entered for a chance to win a $500 scholarship, with one awarded per state.
A gym in Phoenix is using Will Smith's now-infamous slap of Academy Award host Chris Rock in a motivational poster of sorts.
For thousands of runners, the 50th Dallas Marathon feels like the world is getting back to normal. The Dallas Marathon is back on after being canceled last year two times due to the pandemic.
The FDA has warned Amazon about over two dozen weight loss and sexual enhancement supplements that are sold on the website which contain potentially harmful ingredients.
Organizers of the Dallas Turkey Trot says they normally have more than 20,000 participants, but this year the virus has cut that by nearly 80 percent.
Planet Fitness will freeze memberships for members who can't or refuse to wear a mask.
Is it safe to go to the gym during the pandemic? It depends on where you live and the precautions you and the gym take.
Gyms are among the business that can partially reopen on Monday. But, like other phases of the reopenings, there are restrictions.
The heat is already here, but many public swimming pools are closed.
While many segments of the economy are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, others are seeing a boom.
From NBA players to Olympians, athletes have had to get creative to keep their physical fitness up to par during the coronavirus pandemic.
Planet Fitness is just one of many organizations offering video workouts and home exercise resources amid the coronavirus pandemic.
There’s nothing like a good workout to blow off steam — but are trips to the gym safe amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak?
Critics of the high-end exercise equipment maker say the ad is sexist and classist.
Jason Wickline says he had to lose everything before finally deciding to beat his addiction and committing fully to recovery, and his story went viral after he shared images of his transformation on social media.
The man used “petroleum jelly” injections, or Synthol oil, to enhance the size of his arms.