People can do many exercises to strengthen their knees, which can relieve pain and reduce the risk of injury. These exercises include leg lifts, hamstring curls, and wall squats. Learn more about how to strengthen the knee here.
New research finds that a dietary supplement comprising spinach extract can significantly increase athletic performance and muscle strength.
New research finds that becoming more active significantly lowers a person's death risk, regardless of how active they have been in the past.
Cardiorespiratory endurance provides an indication of a person's physical fitness and measures how well the heart, lungs, and muscles perform during physical activity. People can improve their cardiorespiratory endurance through regularly moderate to high-intensity aerobic exercise. Learn more here.
The number of calories the body burns while a person is walking varies according to their sex, body size, and how fast they are walking. Learn more about how many calories people burn when they are walking here.
Squatting properly does not usually cause knee pain. However, if a person squats incorrectly or has a knee injury or knee condition, they may experience pain. Here, learn more about the causes of knee pain from squatting, as well as treatment and prevention.
New research examines the patterns of physical activity among women in the United States who also have a form of cardiovascular disease.
Two new mouse studies suggest that exercise may affect metabolism differently in the evening than in the morning due to the circadian rhythm.
There are many possible causes of hip pain. However, gently stretching and exercising the hips can often help relieve this pain. In this article, we describe 14 hip exercises that can strengthen the muscles, restore mobility, and ease pain.
A first-of-its-kind study finds that increased muscle power, rather than muscle strength, can significantly prolong life for seniors.