If you’re living with gut woes, good news: You’re not alone, you're totally trendy.
Here are nine common signals you should pay attention to and what they mean when you experience them.
Run faster, lift more, jump higher—no matter what your sport of choice is, there are always ways to improve. But one thing can get in the way every time: Chronic inflammation.
Can't see the forest for the trees? These lifestyle tips will help reframe your perspective on prioritizing your own health.
Drinking was messing with his performance, so an endurance athlete set out to make a delicious nonalcoholic beer.
As our outdoor mileage increases in spring and summer, so too should our sun protection.
Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse for runners. From muffins to masala, here are some innovative ways to eat this staple food.
The “pain in the butt” hamstring strain presents difficulties that are different from those posed by lower hamstring strains.
Injuries rarely happen at convenient times.
Are you one of them?
The answer begs another question too.
If your home gym feels a bit more like a hole than a home, give these easy tricks a try to up the morale while you're on the treadmill.
One runner doesn't blame her mom for her body-image issues—she blames being an athlete.
Wait, there's a difference? Actually there is—here's how to tell which one you need.
Your full fat dairy indulgence is not only unrelated to obesity and diabetes but may do more to prevent both!
Essential Oils are a non-toxic and chemical-free way to treat common ailments runners face, from sore muscles to sunburns.
Kara is tired of talking about only fitness crazes and transformations—instead, she encourages runners to accept their bodies.
Most Americans actually don't know. So find out much you need to move each week.
Try introducing a few of these foods into your diet when stress has you in its clutches.
Breaking your goals down into small actions is the best way to succeed.
All your friends run twice a day—so how do you know when you're ready?
Let's not go crazy with our ambitious health goals—one step at a time toward a badass 2016.
Your feet can indicate some underlying health issues.
A registered dietitian shares her 5 tips for staying healthy during the holidays.
There is a lot of disagreement. So which is the right?
Being an optimist isn't just good for your mind—it's good for your body too.
The data it gathers teaches you where you fall short with snoozing.
It's one of the most common complaints from runners—here's what you should know.