The holidays are fast approaching, and that means we'll see more cakes, pies and cookies than there are stars in the sky. We'll be invited to more parties with food and drinks than we've probably been invited to all year. Trying to stay on a clean diet for this time...
An expansive new analysis finds that children all around the world are less fit than their parents, showing a clear decline in fitness over the past few decades.
Think you eat pretty well and get enough key nutrients? Hopefully you do, but unfortunately the diets of most Americans are far from ideal.
Before he opens presents, goes to church or sits down with his family for Christmas dinner, Demery Cox will run a 5k with 250 other people through Trinity Park in Fort Worth, Texas. A longtime competitive runner, Cox is co-director of one of the small but slowly growing...
Running is considered an aerobic sport, and rightly so. No factor is more important to running performance than the capacity to withdraw oxygen from the environment, deliver it to the working muscles, and use it to liberate energy from glucose, fat and other fuels. An increase...
As winter weather arrives for us, a lot of neighbors are getting ready. Snowblowers are reawakened. Shovels are readied, and winter gear moves front and center in closets. For the runner, training changes as well. As the days get shorter, some of us run in the growing darkness...
Over recent years, we have been hearing conflicting messages concerning obesity and excess body weight and their implications for health. Much of the confusion has stemmed from different studies that appeared to be capturing different aspects of the problem and arriving...
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