Learn about common knee injuries and what we can do before, during, and after to stay active and optimize your health during the winter.
Here are some simple winter warm ups that involve mobility work, dynamic stretches and activation exercises from our personal trainer.
Walking is a great way to burn calories, but there are ways to increase that caloric burn.
When you start to feel your muscles shake, you may feel like you can't finish your workout, but that doesn't mean you should stop. So what exactly happens when you start to shake?
Though many Americans are working from home, there has been a seemingly counterintuitive increase in work-related injuries. The reason may lie in your commute — or lack thereof.
With Autumn in reach, it's time to stop using treadmills and take advantage of the cooler weather and take your runs outside. Here are the four best belts to make sure you can still have your essentials on your runs.
No pain, no gain, right? Wrong. While you may think soreness after a workout means it was effective, the pain may not be necessary for gains.
Experiencing joint pain during exercise is not inevitable. Here are some tips on how to keep your joints moving, loose, fluid and pain-free.
Surgery is not always the first solution to treating tennis elbow. There are numerous established treatments you can try instead, including physical therapy, dry needling and local cryotherapy.