By: Sarah Casey


Fortify Your Fascia to Prevent Injury

The myofascial network is the three-dimensional matrix of soft tissues that works with our skeleton to give us shape. Fascia will adapt to any repetitive posture or movement.


Secrets to Healthy Living and Slower Aging from NASA Research

The truth is, this problem is not about sitting or standing—it’s about not moving.


Beyond Baby Making: Why Your Reproductive System Is Key to Your Health

Recent advances in fertility science mean we know more than ever about how sex hormones contribute to conception and pregnancy.


Morning Hacks That Win

Three techniques (backed by science) to get going.


Should I Work Out When I’m Sick?

How too much movement can lower our immune system, and just the right amount can help us kick illness to the...


Four Videos on Why Two (or More) is Better than One

Humans are not solitary creatures. Here’s proof that the power of group is better than the power of one. Finishing the...


Power in Numbers

Hippos can teach us about healthy living.


Activate Your Inner Brady

Better preparation fuels peak performance and longevity.


Three Ways Exercise Helps You Think Better

You might be able to outrun your genes.


Get Lost in Flow

Find happy, healthy, inspired living.


Unleash Your Workout (Without Starting from Scratch)

A little bit of change can go a long way toward your commitment—and your results.


The Science of Play

We played before we started working out. Play is our natural state. It’s perhaps one of the most innate forms of...


Playing for Keeps

Try these four health-boosting ways to play.


The Goldilocks Zone

From risk to reward—how much exercise is just right?