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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.
Psychological attributes and “game intelligence” are the most important factors if an athlete wants to excel.
To help those who manage diabetes, and the fit pros who train them, the ACSM issued updated guidelines on exercise for diabetes.
Now is the time to focus on developing new means of professional direction and income, and youth fitness is a worthy consideration.
Here are some exercises to get older adult clients steady on their feet once more through spatial awareness and proprioception.
This article focuses on weight bias—and how you can be more inclusive toward individuals of all body sizes and shapes.
Clear guidelines that connect specific types and amounts of exercise and particular chronic medical conditions are not available.
Men run slower and women run faster in competitive sports without an audience, according to research in Psychology of Sport and Exercise.
The pandemic was challenging for adolescents with depression, with girls at greater risk for both depression and anxiety than boys.
Mat Pilates benefits for older adults included improved functional mobility, mobility, gait, balance and physical activity.
Being sedentary or inactive may deactivate a protein in the body that plays a critical role in maintaining capillary density.
Data shows a need to improve Black men’s health outcomes, as Black men have the poorest performance in lifestyles that reduce heart disease.
If you’re over 60, studies suggest that 6,000–8,000 steps per day will reduce risks of early death and increase longevity.
Small increases in fitness are linked with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a longitudinal study with 649,605 veterans.
When determining what kind of warmup is best for the youth soccer teams you coach, take a cue from recent research.
Gender does not alter run pacing strategy in world-record–breaking events at championship and meet races, according to a study.
To help older adult clients move more, promote fun activities like aerobic dance classes, since even one session improves cognitive function.