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Is the popular fitness concept based on a myth?
One in three women will experience "stress incontinence" at some point in their lives.
It's not just pranayama that can give you a buzz.
Nearly every sweat style—from barre to boxing.
Turns out it's way easier to fall on a treadmill than you thought.
The fitness world is embracing the idea of the endurance challenge as exercise.
Hold on to your carriages.
And no, it's not the treadmill.
The Spartan Race-obsessed Iron Twins swear by it.
Whether you're training for a marathon or just looking for a new route around your neighborhood, these tech tools are the leader of the pack.
Yes, that was Kirsty Godso beside you at Barry's.
Equinox hopes to inspire the next generation of sweat superstars to think outside the big-box model when it comes to fitness.
An insatiable appetite after you hang up your sneakers might be a sign of more than calorie burn—here's how to deal.
A handful of biochemical messengers regulate everything from your metabolism to your stress levels—and the way you exercise could be affecting them.
A new film emphasizes the value of storytelling in the fight to protect reproductive rights.
"Once I started focusing on who I am, not what I do, everything changed."
Monthly programs have never been more popular, but do they work? I put one to the test—with surprising results.
"You really need to create a tribe, a bonfire effect in your life that gives you the momentum to keep going."
All of this booming burpee-related growth leads to questions of sustainability, like, when is it no longer possible to sprint at this level of intensity? Experts respond.
Plus, big news for the sweat set living in NYC—and beyond.
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