Don't underestimate the power of being fit. It really is the 'magic pill.'
Running is good for strength, stamina and relieving stress. All this and great sex, too?
After physical exertion, you need to replace lost fluids. The question is which beverage to use.
After physical exertion, you need to replace lost fluids. The question is which beverage to use.
After physical exertion, you need to replace lost fluids. The question is which beverage to use.
Determine if structured training is good for your fitness journey with a few questions.
Poor heart health can affect your erections, but regular physical activity can help.
Experience orgasms at the gym without having sex.
Exercising in the cold has some added bonuses, but it's not right for everyone.
Direct testosterone benefits from high-intensity interval training are documented but limited.
Even when it's right before bed, working out can help you get a better night's rest.
Your exercise program can make a difference to your diagnosis, recovery and future recurrence.
Exercise doesn't just do your muscles good, it can also improve your cognitive function.
Though rare, ILD represents a serious group of disorders you need to know about.
Here are the physical and mental changes women can expect once they're in their 40s.
Here are the physical and mental changes women can expect once they're in their 40s.
Smart devices are in many homes, on our bodies and a part of countless daily routines.
A Colorado hiking group is breaking body stigma in outdoor spaces.
Delayed onset muscle soreness can be alleviated with a few tried-and-true exercises.
Don't just sit there—you could be working out and finishing the day feeling great.
Not all exercise routines are created equal, so prevent injury by easing into your next one.
As an essential component of erections, NO can be a big yes in avoiding ED.
Whether you work from home or at an office, here's how to keep in good shape at your desk.
No motivation to get up and go exercise? Try a different approach.
Exercising with your children sets a positive example as you squeeze in a bit of self-care.
Tracking your period can help you get the most out of your gym time.
The obsession with taking up less space damages self-esteem and health. Gaining muscle can help.
One of the most underrated fitness skills that'll benefit you in old age.
A bladder sling requires highly specialized surgery that benefits more people than you'd think.
Here’s how to get your mind and body ready to make it to the finish line of your first 5K.
So, you booked your first Spartan race. What’s next?
Getting back to the grind can be an uphill battle.
Don't panic if you pee a little during Pilates—it's common in adult women of all ages.
Ditch the textbook first date of drinks and dinner and try something else.
Running is a straightforward and accessible exercise, but that doesn't make it the best choice.
Going for a few laps around your neighborhood may do more for you than you think.
A 2019 study shows that high-intensity gym rats are more likely to get injured than beginners.
Can hard athletic training negatively affect your ability to get pregnant?
Can you strive for fitness while appreciating your natural form?
Celebrate a healthy new start by resuming your pre-pandemic exercise regimen. Just be careful.
Liven up your workouts, and you can liven up the bedroom as well.
You're strengthening more than your muscles when you work out.
The challenges of menopause require a special focus on exercise.
You don't have to feel helpless—here's how to take action.
Moving about the office or home a little at a time will make your body and brain thank you.
Your own body is the best piece of workout equipment you could ask for.
Exercise is important when you're expecting, but some activities do more harm than good.
The much-touted benefits of the HIIT workout may not outweigh the risks. Proceed with caution.
As exercise, running is an excellent option, but it could contribute to urinary issues.
With a bit of creativity and courage, you can find new paths to reaching your full potential.
Choose from countless forms of exercise and meditation for a regular anti-anxiety boost.
Post-surgery, careful choices ensure a smooth transition back to your exercise routine.
Crunches—among other exercises—can indeed make you climax.
The metabolic process affects how you process food and plays a role in a healthy libido.
Cycling is great for maintaining an active life—but daily rides may impact your sex life.
Aligning your exercise routine with your hormones can maximize health and wellness.
Life with endometriosis can be improved by implementing strengthening and stretching exercises.
It might be easier than you think to find a fun, rewarding way to get your move on.
Your pregnancy journey should include exercise, but be careful of how much.
Sexual intercourse gets the blood pumping and the sex position might feel like some form of yoga
Jumping on the latest fitness craze might be a waste of time and money. Get the facts.
Take the gym to wherever you want it: Visit local parks, use phone apps and watch videos.
Sex is one of the most fun forms of exercise. Here’s how to maximize the intensity.
Cycling is good for you, but understand the factors that might affect your sexual performance.
Sex is great, but it can be even better if you prime your body with regular exercise.
Cardio work, strength training and Kegels can give men a boost in both libido and performance.
You love your partner and want the best for them, but be wary of sending the wrong message.
Erectile dysfunction affects tens of millions of U.S. men, but exercise can change that figure.
You started working out but somehow fell off the wagon? Here’s how to get back on—and stay on.
Looking to add some new life to your sex life? Exercise may prove helpful.