Before You Sign A Gym Contract, Know What You're Going To Pay ForJanuary is a popular month to sign up for gym memberships, and according to research done by fitness app Strava, it’s also a popular month to let go of resolution-type ambitions.
St. Paul's Top 4 Best Workout SpotsLooking for the best fitness options near you? Here are the best spots to venture next time you're looking for a good workout.
Research: Even 10 Minutes Of Exercise Can Improve MoodThe study also showed it didn't matter what type of exercise you choose to do.
Woman, 98, Works Out At Gym For Those With Heart Disease RiskThree times a week you'll find Loretta Jensen working out at a gym for people who have a high risk of heart disease.
Study: Listening To Music Makes Workouts More EnjoyableResearchers say people listening to music while exercising had the potential to increase beta waves in the brain.
Study: Exercising With Others Ups Perceived Quality Of LifeAre you a solitary exerciser? You might not be getting the full bang for your buck, or your time or your sweat.
Exercise A Lot? You Could Be At Risk For RhabdomyolysisSome people are heading to emergency rooms because they've pushed themselves too hard during workouts.
Study Group That Was Paid To Exercise Still Struggled To Go To GymGetting paid to exercise did little to encourage people who just joined a gym -- and expected to visit regularly -- to stick to their commitment.
Good Question: Should We Eat Before Or After Working Out?Some think eating right before exercising is key. For others, waiting until after seems more beneficial.
Exercise May Not Be Completely Linked To Weight Loss, Study FindsA study conducted at Loyola University found that weight loss isn't directly tied to exercise.
Good Question: How Can You Live To 100?A new study from Stanford and Time Magazine finds 77 percent of us want to live to 100, but aren't putting in the work to get there. We always hear we should eat well and exercise, but what does that mean?
Good Question: What Do Healthy Bodies Look Like?Barbie has stood 11-and-a-half-inches tall -- with a shape that defies reality -- since 1959. But Mattel announced Thursday that the world's most famous doll is getting a makeover.