Six smart ways to reset a wandering mind, so that you can get more out of your workout without actually working harder.
A Mindful Runner Shares What Drives Her to Train for the First-Ever All-Female Run Across the Serengeti
Rhonda Vetere is a tech industry executive, an athlete, and, this October, a participant in the inaugural Serengeti Girls Run—a 55-mile, multi-day journey that aims to empower the next generation of female leaders.
Daily movement is a vital part of this ancient practice. Here’s what active people of all kinds can learn from its teachings.
Consider this new approach to setting realistic resolutions—in fitness and life—and actually attaining them.
While there's no known cure for this chronic condition, there are some simple ways to alleviate pain, starting with improved body alignment.
Spend all day at your desk? Here's a simple solution to stay upright rather than painfully slumped over your technology while at work.
Opioids are not the answer. In fact, you might not need any medication at all. Find out how to ease chronic pain symptoms, no prescription needed.
New science shows that teens today are no more physically active than adults ages 60 or older. Here's why and how you can help America's youth get moving again.
Whether or not you step out for lunch, it's important to schedule regular breaks throughout the day. Take five right now to learn why.
Just because the shoe fits doesn't mean you must wear it. Same goes for your kids. Spending more time discalced can improve balance, strength, and health. Here's how.
When it comes to sports injuries, the who-done-it-and-how is not always obvious, especially relating to hamstring strains. Here, alignment expert Pete Egoscue solves the mystery behind the pain.
Learning to stay present is the perfect antidote to negative thoughts associated with food. Here's how to let go of emotional baggage and stay guilt-free at every meal—all the way through dessert.
If your workout routine has got you beat, then maybe it's time to stop obsessing over what you “should” be doing and start thinking about what you want to do, so you can start having fun already.
One man shares the important role fitness has played in his life and how reconnecting to movement through Patch Fitness allowed him to continue to do whatever he wanted, especially play with his son.