You've been on a treadmill for a while and then suddenly step off. Why do you feel like you're moving much faster than you think you should be?
Not so! Your body acts as a heater and warms up cold air as you breathe it in.
Exercising while doing certain cognitive tasks can actually improve performance.
Several recent studies show that exercise improves gene expression.
It is clear that sufficient sleep and health go hand-in-hand. But is it possible to get too much sleep?
While actually working out is the best way to get stronger, research suggests that even just thinking about lifting heavy objects can yield results.
It turns out that giving your brain a boost could be as easy as putting one foot in front of the other.
Physical activity is a biological norm. When we don't exercise, we actually cause harm to our bodies.
I've heard that getting regular exercise can help. Is this true?
How much more does an older runner have to run in order burn as many calories as a teenager?