If you took a break from working out last year — you’re not alone. A recent survey shows that 27% of Americans reported working out less often during the pandemic. With gyms closed for a
Even if you’re not a soccer fan — or sports fan for that matter — chances are you heard about Danish professional soccer player Christian Eriksen’s collapse on the field during the recent European Championship
Every movement your body makes engages your back in some way. So if it’s aching, you’re likely to be down and out, and looking for relief. “Back pain is one of the most common reasons
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Sometimes when you have to loosen a notch in your belt, you have a good idea of what led to the sudden weight gain. But there are times when unexpected weight gain may have you
High blood pressure is known as the “silent killer” because it rarely exhibits any outward symptoms and often isn’t even discovered until a person has a heart attack or stroke. If we can’t tell we
When you’re working from home, it can be hard to convince yourself after a long day to avoid the couch and work out. Here's how to counteract that.
Home workouts have grown in popularity in this era of safety protocols, but according to Cori Grantham, M.D., a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Plano, and at the
If you’re like many, chances are your home has taken on multiple different functions this year, from an office to a classroom to a movie theater to a gym. You might have also learned that
The gym is not the only place to get an effective workout. There are many ways to stay fit without spending a lot of money or figuring out a time to exercise. One great way