Fitness & Exercise

Feel Guilty About Ditching Your Fitbit? You’re Not Alone

Survey data shows that not everyone uses their fitness tracker forever, and that’s okay.

6 Stylish Workout Pants

Still hitting the gym in those stretched out shorts from college? Read on…

Slimmer Pals May Help You Lose Weight

A new study shows people who socialize with thinner folks are more successful at shedding pounds.

How Swimmer Kathleen Baker Overcame Crohn’s Disease to Win Silver and Gold

The Olympian is taking home two medals despite the modified training schedule she needs to stay healthy.

How to Re-Create Simone Biles’ Sparkly Eyeliner

So you (likely) can't replicate USA Olympic gymnast Simone Biles’ double-tuck-spinning-barrel-flip (technical term), but you can try out the medal-worthy sparkly eyeliner looks she’s been sporting. From her all-American red, white, and blue, lined eyes at the women’s team all-around competition to her more subtle dash of bronze on the inner corners at the beam finals—we’re fans of them all. The good news is you don’t have to be an Olympian to pull it off! Follow these simple guidelines to nail the look every time.

What Is Cupping, and Why Are Olympians Doing It?

A doctor weighs in on the buzzy recovery trend spotted in Rio.

The Best Sports Bras for Every Shape

Because you need more than just moral support.

Olympic Movies to Get You Excited for Rio

Watch these films to get in the competitive spirit. 

Sit All Day? An Hour of Exercise Can Cancel Out the Health Risks

A new study offers some reassuring news for anyone stuck at a desk from 9 to 5.

Exercise Can Lower Risk of Some Cancers By 20%

This is the most comprehensive look so far at how physical activity influences cancer risk.

Good News: A 10 Minute Workout Might Be Just as Good as 45 Minutes

But be prepared to give it your all for at least 60 seconds.