It's time to switch things up and vary your workout. If you're doing the same thing day after day, you may be setting yourself up for disappointment – or worse yet, you may lose your motivation to stick with your exercise routine altogether.
Just a few minutes of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) can increase your fitness level and decrease your waistline. Interval training can benefit almost anyone, not just seasoned athletes. Learn how.
You may be excited to get out and go running now that the weather is cooler, only to discover that higher pollen and mold counts make outdoor exercise unbearable. Don't let allergies interrupt your morning jog with these helpful, easy tips.
The fitness world is full of misinformation. Working out incorrectly can lead to disappointment, hold you back at the gym or may even lead to injury. We'll help you get back on track by reviewing these fitness myths and the truth behind them.
Fitness appears to be important in keeping the aging mind sharp. In addition to lowering stress, boosting your mood and helping you sleep, physical activity reduces inflammation and helps maintain blood vessels and brain cells. Learn more about it for Healthy Aging Month.
Exercise cramps can happen to anyone, especially when pushing yourself to the limit. But how do you know when these severe muscle cramps are something more serious? Get answers and advice from one of UVA's sports medicine experts.
Choosing a running shoe: It's much more complex than it sounds. Should you have a lot or a little cushion? Do you need arch support? Does brand matter? One of our orthopedic specialists guides us through the choices.
Staying healthy by exercising and managing stress can be a challenge, especially if you're a mother and a doctor. But Elizabeth Lyons, MD, has found that staying young at heart is really just a matter of taking the time to play with her young son.