Sweating is unrelated to the intensity of your workouts.
A short, intense workout may be the equivalent to a long workout.
If you’re going to put off writing a paper, why not clean or exercise instead?
Five tips to keep you going strong through the semester.
A helpful guide on how to approach fitness and health during the frigid winter temperatures.
Advertised as the biggest smartphone fitness game ever, the game combines Halloween-themed fun with staying in shape.
Jenna Careri outlines the benefits, both physical and mental, of outdoor exercise.
Elise Martorano explains why nutritious eating is more important than exercise when it comes to a healthy mind and body.
Columnist Emily Mias recommends hiking as a way to enjoy nature and relax after a stressful week of work.
Four ways to make the transition out of the gym this upcoming spring.
Karen Podorefsky provides solutions for poor nutrition at school.
This 40-minute work out will get your heart pumping without having to walk to the gym.
Stephen Margelony-Lajoie gives tips to keep away the few extra inevitable pounds that the holiday season brings along.
Karen Podorefsky details the numerous benefits of exercise, including increased focus and better grades.
Collegian columnist Merav Kaufman argues exercise is worth more than a slimmer figure.
Emily McLaughlin gives some tips and tricks to losing some weight or toning by doing a fairly simple, but hated exercise- planks.
Blogger Emily McLaughlin shares some tips and tricks on how to stay fit and lose weight in your daily life.
Exercise routines can become dull and predictable as we engage in the uniform two-mile treadmill run or 30 minutes on the elliptical. If you’re getting bored of your predictable workout routine, then it’s time to do something about it. Make exercise enjoyable and fun as you dance, kick, spin or crunch your way to a fit body. Last semester, the University of Massachusetts opened its $50-million Recreation Center, along with nine sweat-inducing fitness classes.
Amanda Joinson breaks down some new solutions to the overcrowding at the recreation center’s group activities.