Fitness and Exercise

Our editors share what's keeping them calm, productive and entertained during coronavirus social distancing.
Here are some tips for coping with social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic:
HuffPost editors share the apps, tips and routines that are helping them stay physically and mentally healthy during the coronavirus outbreak.
YouTube is rife with models, influencers and other vloggers sharing their daily diets, healthy or not. Here's why people can't stop watching.
"I constantly grappled with the selfishness of extreme fitness juxtaposed with the selflessness of new motherhood, and the world had a lot to say about it."
You may be tempted to talk negatively about your own body to make your friend feel better, but experts say that's a bad idea.
Experts share their favorite reads that show you how to build consistent routines and stick to your goals.
Most people bail on their New Years’ resolutions by mid-February, but why do people drop their goals, and how can they change that?
Get ahead of your "new year, new you" resolution with leggings, sneakers and sports bras that you'll actually want to wear.
Everything you need to know about ClassPass’s free trials through Jan. 2020.
Thinking of January as the time to start a wellness goal may actually backfire in the long run.
"Your blatant disregard of Ms. Schumer's physical well-being can only be interpreted as a deliberate effort to cause Ms. Schumer emotional distress."
The commercial shows a fictional woman’s yearlong selfie diary after her partner gifted her a Peloton Bike.
"In yoga class I spend most of the time stressing out about having to say NAMASTE at the end."
Working out can improve depression, but it often feels impossible when you're at a low point. Here's what to do when that happens.
The "Instant Family" actor's blasted physique earned instant praise from quarterback Tom Brady.
Sometimes our best efforts to encourage a friend, partner or relative's healthy habits backfire. Here's what to do instead.
President Donald Trump insulted a protester’s weight during a rally in New Hampshire.
"It’s one of those things I do for me," the country singer told HuffPost.