Valerie Frankel’s stiffness and soreness was driving her nuts—until she found a plan that worked wonders. (Can you say Aaaaah?)
From occasional exerciser to competitive badass: How Marty Munson found her power and a whole new way of life as a midlife athlete.
Forty years after her first Boston Marathon win, Joan Benoit Samuelson is running again.
In the ’30s through ’50s, she was a dancer, appearing in 5 Broadway shows. Now at age 95, her dedication hasn’t slowed a bit.
From instructors to tech aspects, we’ve got a rundown on the popular at home workout trend.
We have a complicated relationship with our bums; thankfully these butt exercises are simple.
Today’s celebs sport bootylicious proportions, but does that mean those of us who came of age with the “thin is in” motto can ever embrace our curves? Marion Winik tries…and reports back
The fitness queen is back with a new lifestyle brand aimed right at midlife women. But will there be legwarmers?
It’s easy to reduce your chance of premature death by up to 30 percent. Here’s how.
Depending on your point of a view, a cat yoga class might seem like a dream—or a total nightmare. The Everyday Adenturess takes one to find out.
The golden girl of tennis chats with Amanda McCracken about her legacy, the #MeToo moment, and what’s more important to her than winning.
“Bingo wings.” “Cafeteria-lady arms.” Most of us have heard the nasty terms for our midlife upper arms. Writer Stephanie Dolgoff says screw that and tells us why this is the summer to bare yours proudly (and offers 7 acceptable reasons for not doing so)
As she reflects on almost a quarter-century at her local gym, Rachel Talbot considers how she’s learned to see her body in a whole new light.
You’re not eating more… but you’ve taken on extra padding. Welcome to the club. Here Densie Webb, NextTribe’s nutrition expert, explains the science behind this shift—and what you can and can’t do about it.
I was lethargic and lazy through my 50s, but something clicked at 60. Now I’m lifting weights and healthier than ever. Here’s how you can be too.
Warrior one and chair pose may help some stay chill, but all that free time for my brain leads me down rabbit holes that freak me out even more.
Throw down the gauntlet and you’ll both win. We promise.
Yoga + Weights = Serious strength