From nutrition to exercise to surgical procedures, there are healthy ways you can shed pounds.
Workouts boost testosterone levels and cardiac function, both of which improve sexual function.
Workouts boost testosterone levels and cardiac function, both of which improve sexual function.
Don't underestimate the power of being fit. It really is the 'magic pill.'
Don't waste time on exercises that don't deliver results—get the best bang for your buck.
Running is good for strength, stamina and relieving stress. All this and great sex, too?
Determine if structured training is good for your fitness journey with a few questions.
Exercising in the cold has some added bonuses, but it's not right for everyone.
Getting the perfect booty doesn't have to mean spending thousands of dollars on surgery.
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.
Exercise doesn't just do your muscles good, it can also improve your cognitive function.
Some experts recommend yearly pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT) for preventive care.
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.
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.
Can strength training tone your tatas? Experts weigh in.
Not all exercise routines are created equal, so prevent injury by easing into your next one.
Working out is also great for your health and confidence.
Leaking urine while exercising is common, but it isn't normal. Your core plays a vital role.
Choose how you want to drop pounds, but be careful of ineffective or dangerous practices.
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.
We all know activity is good for you, but what is it that makes you feel so mentally refreshed?
So, you booked your first Spartan race. What’s next?
Getting back to the grind can be an uphill battle.
Arthritis pain and stiffness can both be reduced with exercise, but easy does it.
Don't panic if you pee a little during Pilates—it's common in adult women of all ages.
Running is a straightforward and accessible exercise, but that doesn't make it the best choice.
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?
Celebrate a healthy new start by resuming your pre-pandemic exercise regimen. Just be careful.
You're strengthening more than your muscles when you work out.
The challenges of menopause require a special focus on exercise.
Hitting the weights may have physical benefits, but it can also boost self-image and libido.
Your own body is the best piece of workout equipment you could ask for.
The much-touted benefits of the HIIT workout may not outweigh the risks. Proceed with caution.
With a bit of creativity and courage, you can find new paths to reaching your full potential.
Post-surgery, careful choices ensure a smooth transition back to your exercise routine.
Crunches—among other exercises—can indeed make you climax.
Part of staying healthy and active as you age means taking control of your bone health.
It might be easier than you think to find a fun, rewarding way to get your move on.
Early loss of bone mass to osteoporosis can be difficult to detect, but it is possible.
Jumping on the latest fitness craze might be a waste of time and money. Get the facts.
Doctors recommend that everyone increase levels of activity to prevent bone density loss.
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.
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.