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Taylor Swift fan Ronnie Brower lost over 400 pounds in two years, and his friends want her to hear his incredible story before he sees her in concert in June.
Working out may not necessarily help you lose weight... but it's still a good idea. We explain.
Fox News or zebras making love? For Ann Arbor residents it's an easy choice.
On his way home from the gym, The Rock stopped to greet some fans and treat them to warm sweaty hugs
According to a new Canadian study, test subjects retained more information and were more attentive when working at a treadmill desk.
Planet Fitness is not for gym rats, and that's actually OK.
James Nielsen is better at running AND drinking than you are.
Just before your New Year's resolution kicks in Netflix wants to remind you that they're super good at keeping you healthy.
Watch a woman piledrive herself into a gym floor with a bunch of weights, because CrossFit fails are still the deadliest kinds of fails.
in an attempt to "health up" cities before the Winter Olympics, Russian subway kiosks are awarding free tickets to passengers who can do 30 squats.
Here's a dangerous CrossFit fail from a woman doing full squats with no spotter or squat rack. PUSH PUSH PUSH whoops my spine fell out.
The SUPER PUSH-UP has arrived, and is ready to emasculate your workout. Give it a try yourself, you'll be suitably disappointed.
Having sex with Olivia Wilde is the best exercise of all. Just ask Jason Sudeikis.
If exercising and staying in shape are as easy as lifting an adorable golden retriever puppy a few times each day, then I should look like the Incredible Hulk.
Popular Twitter and YouTube comic The Fat Jew developed a new spin class for the homeless using New York City's new Citi Bike system.
Yesterday's edition of Watch This featured a cat percussionist, so we're following it up with a personal favorite of ours, cats on treadmills.
If I had to ballpark a figure, I’d say that I’m overly cynical about 82.
did I do that This week, With Leather's semi-weekly look at the best sports moments from not-sports television shows goes back to its 80s roots to chronicle the jet pack rope climbs, Bushwhacker tag team matches and Grandmama slam dunks of ABC's TGIF founding father 'Family Matters.