Are you mentally fit? As the body ages, cognitive functions like memory, problem-solving and hand-eye coordination can decline. Here are the top techniques to help buff up your brain.
Is butter back? Cheese? What about your whole-milk yogurt? Emerging research suggests that the answers to these questions are no, yes and yes - with some caveats.
Low-carb diets continue to be popular for weight loss, with the keto diet being the latest craze. But these diets can result in low energy levels and headaches, and research has generated conflicting results on their long-term safety.
Most people cinch weightlifting belts as tight as possible across their stomach prior to performing their lift, hold their breath and go! But is this the best possible way to be using these belts?
By shrinking the duration of your workout, you not only save precious hours each week, but also reap such health benefits as improved cardiovascular health, an increased caloric burn and joint protection.
It's not too late to reverse some of the signs and symptoms of poor posture. Practice these spine-strengthening exercises at least three times a week.
If counting sheep isn't working, try these yoga-inspired, sleep-inducing stretches. All you need is your mattress and two pillows.
With beach days behind us and heaps of holiday guzzling and gorging ahead, now is the time to put your best fitness foot forward.
Get a taste of what life is like on the gridiron with this football-inspired conditioning circuit.
Two Penn State grads teamed up on a passion project to produce a podcast.
Not only can the push-up be challenging and intimidating, it is incredibly uncomfortable and even dangerous to practice if you suffer from shoulder ailments or lower-back pain. The following effective, efficient and safe sequence is a great alternative.
Running slowly allows your body to improve the energy system most essential to running: your aerobic energy system.
Many of us play favorites when picking which muscles to engage, focusing primarily on exposed areas such as the legs and arms. But selective exercising could lead to imbalances and injuries in muscles that are valuable to your daily activities.