The November Project, a free fitness movement founded in Boston, shares a gonzo playground workout for hard-core grown-ups.
A study suggests that for optimal smarts when facing a mental challenge, working out for 20 minutes beforehand might be best.
How to use your local playground for a fun workout designed for the middling-fit.
The Greeks did it. The nude yoga club does it. If you've never considered the potential pleasures of working out au naturel, a range of experts explain possible benefits.
The New York Times reports on a study that found that youthful fitness seems to translate to less cognitive decline in middle age.
According to a new study, exercise offers the ultimate health benefit, even to people who aren't particularly healthy and suffer from elevated blood pressure and cholesterol levels or oversized waist...
A unique retailer of exercise videos goes out of business.
A neuroscience study finds that in mice, exercise can offset the tendency for obesity to "gum up" the brain.
A new study finds that exercise may even be good for our eyes, by helping to stave off nerve degeneration in the retina.
A new book, "What Makes Olga Run," gives the full scoop on the amazing 94-year-old track star, Olga Kotelko, and what she can teach all of us.
A study of postmenopausal women links excess sedentary time with an increased risk of all-cause mortality.
A new study finds that exercise may help preserve hearing.
A Wall Street Journal writer says "fit is the new rich."
New research finds that women who exercise while pregnant may boost their babies' brain development.
New research helps explain why exercise helps keep your brain healthy.
Why to exercise today: It can not only prevent falls but help you get less hurt if you do fall.
Being nasty at the gym is worse than being nasty on the street or in line; it undermines people fighting the good fight.
A review finds that financial incentives as low as $5 a week can help get people to exercise.
A new study finds that exercisers tend to read their own signals well on high-intensity interval training.
The slogan "strong is the new skinny' is blowing up on social media; is it all good?