Here are some surprising training do’s and don’ts from a leading exercise physiologist and strength coach This story was originally published on DeanSomerset.com, the website of Dean Somerset, a personal
The one-handed backhand is an increasingly anachronistic tennis shot that is aging very well. It’s been everywhere at this year’s French Open. But its best practitioners are getting long in the tooth.
Rev. William Barber is reviving the civil rights movement—one Monday at a time. NEW YORK CITY—Giving a tour of his sparse apartment at Union Theological Seminary on a Wednesday afternoon in May, the Rev.
Head to North Carolina to sample some of the 366 beers on tap at this world-record-making beer garden. Craft beer is exploding in North Carolina and there’s no better place to sample it than at a new garden
Refresh your workout with these ab exercises Nothing says fit like a washboard stomach. But scoring high-definition abs isn't as easy as cranking out crunch after crunch. To sculpt a stronger, more chiseled
Victory in under 90 minutes on the newly-laid grass courts of the pre-Wimbledon event paved a path for Nadal to lift his third title in Stuttgart after winning in 2005 and 2007 when the tournament was
Andy Murray has married long-term girlfriend Kim Sears in the tennis star's home town. The couple, both 27, said their vows in front of family and friends during a ceremony at Dunblane Cathedral in Scotand.
Ocean acidification triggered by massive volcanic eruptions helped cause the worst mass extinction in the history of life on Earth, according to a new study. The findings, published in the journal Science,
In the book "The Blue Zones Solution: Eating and Living Like the World's Healthiest People," author Dan Buettner reveals what the people around the world who live the longest are more likely to eat. One
There's a cold front across much of the U.S. – with temperatures in places like New Orleans at around 29 degrees and Houston about 34 degrees. This map from NASA tells us just how cold it was on Wednesday.