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sore neck
By Kermit Pattison
A chronic case of computer neck can undermine your work and your workouts. So don't sit and suffer. Start getting the kinks out – now.
By Fernando Pages Ruiz
Working with a personal trainer or an exercise Instructor is a great way to boost your fitness know-how – particularly if you take an active role in your own learning.
success story
By Jamie Kuenster
It took years, and more than one medical scare, for LaDawn Riggs to move beyond good intentions and yo-yo dieting. But once she did, the results were life changing.
By Kermit Pattison
You worked hard - and now you're feeling the hurt. Time to get wise about delayed onset muscle soreness.
By Sarah Tuff
You may not make it to the Games in Italy this winter, but there's no reason you can't learn to ski jump, speed skate and even tackle the luge like an Olympian.
By Experience Life Staff
From back pain to compromised balance, many problems are associated with weak core muscles. A little more attention to those muscles in the middle.
By Bobby Lee
There's no shortage of abdominal exercises out there. But not all of them deserve your time. Here are three worth doing – plus expert advice on making them count.
By Matthew Solan
Listen up: There's a quiet subculture of outdoor enthusiasts who prefer muscle power to motorized recreation — and they're beginning to make some noise.
By Kara Douglass Thom
Oodles of noodles aren't the only secret to successful pre-race fueling. Here's a closer look at how to maximize your energy supply.
By Karen Asp
Sports doctors treat common athletic injuries with top-notch technologies. Today, similar solutions are within reach of the average fitness enthusiast.
By Jacquelyn Fletcher
A prematurely arthritic hip cramped Jennifer Rottenberg's lifestyle. But advancements in hip-replacement surgery meant she got a new joint - and a chance to regain a normal life.
By Matt Fitzgerald
You've got a heart-rate monitor, but do you know how to use it? With a little guidance you can tap into your monitor's full potential – and get closer to reaching your own.
By Joel Hoekstra
On the court with teammates and at home with her son, WNBA star Sheryl Swoopes loves to share life's pleasures and challenges with others.
By Dawn Grubb
Problem: Neither you nor your kid is getting enough exercise. Solution: Get active together.
Running Pregnant
By Experience Life Staff
You want to stay fit, and you want your baby to be healthy. Here's what's known (and not yet known) about the potential risks and rewards of staying seriously active — and even competing — while you're expecting.
smiling woman on treadmill
By Erin Peterson
Don't let intimidation and insecurity keep you from enjoying your in-club workouts.
By Kara Douglass Thom
What do superathletes, fit kids, and the physically challenged have in common? Surprisingly, triathlon. These days there's room in the race for everyone.
By Kelly James-Enger
Why settle for ho-hum workouts when real inspiration and satisfaction are within reach? Here's what you need to know to make your fitness pursuits more fun —and your results more fabulous.
By Kara Douglass Thom
Falling short of the finish line can be frustrating. But the only real defeat lies in failing to learn from your experience.
By the Experience Life Team
Most of us find it plenty challenging to excel at a single sport. Olympic pentathlete Mary Beth Larsen Iagorashvili does her best work while focusing on five at once.
By Alisa Bauman
No pain, no gain belongs on the dust heap of fitness mottoes. But if you're unwilling to experience even a little discomfort, you're probably leaving a lot of fitness results on the table.
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