Even when you take all the usual precautions, tennis injuries can happen. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to prevent injuries before they occur—and there are ways to bounce back more quickly if you do get one.
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Although water aerobics delivers heavy-duty health and body benefits—burning calories, toning your muscles and strengthening your heart, to name just a few—you’ll feel light and stable while putting very little stress on your joints in a pool.
Fitness dance workouts and artistic dance classes challenge your body. Proper warm-ups and cool-downs that incorporate stretches that target the muscles you focus on in class can help protect you from injury, increase flexibility, improve posture and balance, and even progress your technique.
More and more people are choosing to cycle because of the health, environmental and money-saving benefits of being on two wheels, making bike safety more important than ever. Taking some simple precautions can be the difference between a pleasant ride and one gone awry.
Whether grooving to the beat of a handmade drum or bopping to tunes on the radio, humans have long felt compelled to move to music—and these days, many people are dancing not just for fun, but for fitness. In fact, fitness dancing is one of the most popular workouts at the gym today.
You would be hard pressed to find a more convenient activity that encourages weight loss than walking. No other weight loss activity fits so easily into everyday life. Your journey to a healthy weight truly can start with something as simple as putting one foot in front of the other.
Indoor cycling, also known as Spinning (the brand name of an indoor bike that has become synonymous with the workout), has ranked among the top fitness trends for nearly three decades. Ready to see what all of the buzz is about? Read on for a complete guide to indoor cycling for beginners.
One of the most wonderful things about walking is its sheer simplicity, so you might be surprised by just how important your walking technique is. Using proper form can make walking feel easier, prevent injury and speed up your pace.
It’s never been easier or more popular to shake your booty and reap the many health benefits of dance. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, boost your mood, maintain your flexibility or keep your mind sharp, dancing does it all.
Feet are like snowflakes—no two are alike, including the two at the end of your own legs. And buying a running shoe with the proper fit and design for your unique needs—the type of running you do, your gait, your foot shape—will have a positive impact on nearly every joint and muscle in your body.