To address the gender gap in sports rehab, researchers created an overview of common women’s sports injuries and guidelines for rehab.
Len Kravitz, PhD, professor of exercise science, shares two studies that support the decision to add water walking to your fitness routine.
Is there scientific evidence that pets can help us heal and thrive? And should personal trainers factor it into their program design?
Now is the time to focus on developing new means of professional direction and income, and youth fitness is a worthy consideration.
This article focuses on weight bias—and how you can be more inclusive toward individuals of all body sizes and shapes.
Men run slower and women run faster in competitive sports without an audience, according to research in Psychology of Sport and Exercise.
Can fitness professionals use heart rate variability data to help clients fine-tune their workouts and their all-important recovery?
Data shows a need to improve Black men’s health outcomes, as Black men have the poorest performance in lifestyles that reduce heart disease.
Wearable fitness technology continues to set a pace for the industry with sweat sensors, which may soon provide individualized data.
What piqued reader interest this past year? Here we recap our top 5 popular articles that received the most reads in 2021!
Researchers studied whether physical activity and screen time was linked with children’s mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers have developed a system of leg trackers, in contrast to those worn on the wrist, that’s more accurate at monitoring activity.
Researchers have developed a method to leverage fitness tracker data to create tailored digital messages specific to the wearer.
The challenge for the use of BMI is that it’s not adjusted for known differences in body composition and risk factors for people of color.
Researchers propose a “weight-neutral” strategy that focuses on physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness, instead of weight loss.
Modern lifestyles are a breeding ground for chronic illness. Yet, there are regions where pockets of people do appear to be living longer.
A statement issued by the American College of Sports Medicine notes key challenges related to sports and mental health.
Outdoor golf seems to be gaining popularity, a profit center option for personal trainers who want to offer golf training to attract clients.
Parents may want to invest in exergaming programs, especially if their kids aren’t all that excited about fitness.