Waterfront Wellness Series Returns To West Shore Park With New Safety Measures In Place Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe popular Waterfront Wellness series is returning to West Shore Park in Baltimore this weekend with some new restrictions due to the coronavirus.
Here's How You Can Work Out Virtually With The RavensYou can train alongside the team thanks to a new partnership with Under Armour. 
Doctors Warn High-Intensity Exercise During COVID-19 Pandemic Could Come With Heart RisksLifebridge Health Director of Sports Cardiology Dr. Sunal Makadia says the virus affects the heart in different ways and different levels than other viruses.
Too Much Sitting Raises Your Risk For Cancer, Study FindsToo much sitting can raise your risk for cancer, according to a new study published Thursday in JAMA Oncology.
Running A Marathon Could Help You Live Longer, Study SuggestsNeed another reason to sign up for that marathon in 2020? New research suggests training and running a marathon for the first time could reverse some of the effects of aging on our bodies.
Lift Your Spirits And Burn 200 Calories With Quick Winter WorkoutsJust because winter has brought a drop in temperature, it doesn’t need to cause a drop in your level of physical activity.
Exercise Advice On Food Labels Could Help Reduce Obesity, Researchers SayFood labels detailing how much exercise is needed to burn off a product's calorie content could help to combat obesity, according to UK researchers.
Exercising Before Breakfast Burns More Fat, Study SaysShould you eat before or after exercise in the morning? The debate has raged for years.
Too Much Exercise Could Lead To Bad Decisions On What You Eat And BuyIt turns out that overworking your brain with either physical or mental exercise may lower your ability to delay self-gratification. And that may set you up for poor choices in your eating habits, self-care and finances.
Mouthwash After Exercise May Counter A Workout's Blood-Pressure-Lowering Benefits, Study FindsA new study found using antibacterial mouthwash after working out negated the blood-pressure-lowering effects of exercise.
More Intense Exercise Linked To A Better Sex Life, Exploratory Study SaysThere's really nothing better for your health than exercise -- and that applies to your sex life's health too.