What to Know About the Oura Ring and Health Tracking—Including COVID-19 Symptoms

Could this small fitness wearable help you detect early coronavirus symptoms?

From a Distance: How We’re Coping With COVID-19

We dive into different ways we’re coping with COVID-19—from mind and body to home and retail therapy.

Reflections on The Last Dance

Lessons learned from watching five weeks of Michael Jordan’s competitive spirit.

Here’s What It’s Like to Have A Virtual Personal Training Session

I get it. Working out at home instead of, say, anywhere else, is not my first choice either. And while some people have thrived in the at-home workout game for […]

Five Ways to Single Task

In the age of multitasking and a million notifications, how can we force ourselves to slow down and live in the moment? Our answer: single-tasking. Here’s how to get started.

Health and Fitness Predictions in 2020

We asked two NASM experts to dust off their crystal ball and give us their fitness predictions for 2020—here’s what they said.

The Founder of Jetson on What to Look for in a Probiotic

We talked to Stefan Weitz, founder of Jetson Fresh Probiotics, about what to look for on the labels when buying a probiotic.

How the Founders of Gumdrop Solved a Common Recovery Problem

The Gumdrop founders saw a need for a flat-backed massage tool—and they learned a few entrepreneurial lessons along the way.

8 Lessons Learned from a Week Backpacking in Patagonia

Lessons learned from a first-time backpacker on a six-day trek in Patagonia, including deodorant isn’t an “essential item.”

How to Practice Self-Care During Wedding Planning

You may be a “cool bride,” but stress is still going to invade your wedding planning at some point. These self-care tips will help you stay chill throughout the process.

How to be a Better Friend

Six ways to be a better friend in the new year, from making an effort to send snail mail and make actual phone calls to recommending books to loved ones.

How to Work Out Your Brain

In addition to fitness and nutrition resolutions, try these ways to work out your brain more in 2019.


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