Weights are becoming increasingly harder to find — with some back-ordered until the fall — as more people bulk up on home gym equipment as the world spends more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Is it safe to go to the gym during the pandemic? It depends on where you live and the precautions you and the gym take.
One in four Americans will never be returning to gyms even once the pandemic is over, according to new research.
The company said it will resume production of its live classes after April 30.
The coronavirus is affecting people in every walk of life, even those who spend most of their time trying to get healthier.
We may have been too foolish to believe that mere walking would be the answer to our weight problems.
A new study shows that one in three people in the US would stop having sex for a year to achieve their fitness goals.
Critics of the high-end exercise equipment maker say the ad is sexist and classist.
This time last year he couldn't walk up the stairs, wear a seat belt, fit in the bath or travel on public transportation.
He encourages that those looking to undergo a similar transformation "keep going" and reach for their goals.