11 minute 'brisk' walks every day could reduce early deaths, study finds
Doing 75 minutes a week of moderate-intensity activity could reduce 1 in 10 early deaths, 1 in 20 cardiovascular disease diagnoses and nearly 1 in 30 cancer cases.
North Carolina man, once obese, inspired by Navy SEAL to quit drinking, get fit and radically alter his life
Taylor Robertson, 27, hopes to inspire others and eventually complete the Ironman.
Equinox bans new members on January 1, sparking criticism
Equinox said it wasn't signing up new clients on January 1, calling the month a "fantasy delivered to your door in a pastel-colored box."
Peloton, Dick's Sporting Goods partner to sell equipment
The deal, announced Thursday, marks the exercise and equipment company's latest bid to broaden its market share and become more profitable ahead of the holiday season.
‘Flamingo Challenge’: Balancing on one leg may determine increased risk of death, study finds
Dubbed the “Flamingo Challenge,” a team of researchers wanted to find out whether a balance test might be a reliable indicator of a person’s risk of mortality.
Australian man with chronic pain breaks world record for number of pushups done in 1 hour
Daniel Scali beat the previous world record for the number of pushups done in one hour by 100, according to Guinness, and all while suffering from a chronic pain condition called complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).
New study reveals best time of day to work out for fat loss, muscle strength
The timing of exercise remains a controversial topic, but a new study suggests there may be an optimal time to workout to get the specific results you desire.
Study: Gym workouts may increase COVID-19 infection risk; here's how to stay safe
Researchers measured the exhaled breath at rest and during different exercise intensities among eight men and eight women.
Exercise lowers the risk of breast cancer, studies show
Research suggests exercise could lower the risk of developing breast cancer.
Routine exercise could lead to Medicare savings later, study finds
A recent study revealed younger adults could annually save between $824 and $1,874 in later Medicare costs if they routinely exercise.
Peloton recalls treadmills after child’s death, dozens of reported injuries
In a major reversal, Peloton on Wednesday announced voluntary recalls of its Tread+ and Tread treadmill machines after dozens of reports of injuries and one child’s death.
‘I literally let my guard down for an hour’: Jillian Michaels got COVID-19 after working out with close friend
Jillian Michaels, famously known as a fitness guru, revealed she recovered after contracting COVID-19 from a workout friend during a FOX Business interview.
Manhattan Beach gym empowering members, helping kids in underserved communities fights to stay afloat
A privately-owned fitness studio in Manhattan Beach with a mission to not only help its members stay in shape but also serves kids in underserved communities is fighting to stay open nearly six months after gyms were ordered to close by Los Angeles County officials.
Weights and dumbbells are latest coronavirus-fueled shortage: Here's what to use instead
Weights are becoming increasingly harder to find — with some back-ordered until the fall — as more people bulk up on home gym equipment as the world spends more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bringing Back Business: Black-owned fitness studio in Manhattan Beach looks forward to reopening
A black-owned fitness studio in Manhattan Beach is opening its doors for the first time in three months this weekend.
Walking 10,000 steps each day won't aid with weight loss, study suggests
We may have been too foolish to believe that mere walking would be the answer to our weight problems.
91-year-old who works out 3 times a week in his overalls at the gym inspires others to 'get started'
Lloyd Black of Alabama said he started going to the gym after simple tasks became hard. He now goes three times a week.
A third of Americans would give up sex for a year in exchange for the perfect body, study claims
A new study shows that one in three people in the US would stop having sex for a year to achieve their fitness goals.
Peloton faces backlash, market losses over holiday ad that company says was ‘misinterpreted’
Critics of the high-end exercise equipment maker say the ad is sexist and classist.