Liteboxer is an internet-connected exercise machine that guides you through a boxing-inspired workout. You can use the machine on its own or you can get a membership to access premium content.
Research suggests exercise could lower the risk of developing breast cancer.
While registration for many major races continues to be impacted because of international travel restrictions due to COVID-19, there are many success stories about large and small races going off every week.
A new survey finds this technological advancement could also be impacting a person’s self-esteem.
Researchers monitored the Fitbit data of wearers who tested positive for COVID-19 and found those individuals had an elevated heart for an average of nearly three months after their initial symptoms.
New COVID-19 measures in New York City are putting restaurant servers, bartenders and ticket agents on the frontline of enforcing vaccination rules. The city is asking restaurants, gyms, museums and many other indoor venues to have patrons show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. That includes tourists.
Anyone with the same name as the “Stronger” singer can get a free class at participating fitness studios through Aug. 20.
Blood-flow restriction training has been around in Japan for the last 50 years but the technique has gained traction in the United States over the last decade. It's exactly what it sounds like: Cutting off the blood flow to targeted muscles.
A boxing gym in Westchester County that survived the pandemic closures has reopened and welcomed a whole new clientele.
A new report by the Amerian Academy of Pediatrics found that children between the ages of 1 and 4 are at the highest risk of die from drowning, followed by teens between 15 and 19 who were mostly male.
A recent study revealed younger adults could annually save between $824 and $1,874 in later Medicare costs if they routinely exercise.
Hikers catching the view from Indian Head in the Adirondacks come with packs, water, good boots and a new must-have item: advanced reservations at the privately owned Adirondack Mountain Reserve.
Our resilience, or our ability to recover, declines over time. So a human living to 150 years old makes for a sensational headline. But one model explains how that could happen.
New York City's eight public beaches will be open for swimming from Saturday, May 29, through Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021. Lifeguards will be on duty from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day.
Rip currents, not to be confused with rip tides, can be deadly. Swimmers who drown off New York area beaches are often caught in rip currents, often when life guards are not on duty.
Peloton is warning consumers to immediately stop using the treadmills.
Women sometimes feel like they are in the crossfire of mixed messages about how their bodies should look.
Safety regulators are warning people with kids and pets to immediately stop using a treadmill made by Peloton after one child died and nearly 40 others were injured.
Mayoral candidate Scott Stringer has a proposal called Summer in the City, which calls for the city to install pop-up pools in neighborhoods that lack open spaces.
Gov. Cuomo announced more rollbacks to the state's coronavirus restrictions, including the resumption of indoor fitness classes in the city and the lifting of curfews for certain businesses.