It's fall and it's time for to rake the leaves and stock up on pumpkin (bruschetta, and frosting, and pies! Oh My!). If raking isn't exactly your idea of a fun workout, check out our list of awesome group activities to try with friends like hiking and roller-blading. This week we learned how exercise can actually boost brainpower, and how to sleep for the best kind of dreams (ya, you know what we're talking about). — Nicole McDermott
From pie to pizza, cocktails to cheesecake, you can squeeze this fall Superfood into any delicious dish. (53, in fact!)
So you want to have a more exciting nightlife? Sleep on your stomach. A new study suggests those who pass out prone have more erotic dreams.
We’ve been there: The mind is telling us no, but the body is saying “Yes! Eat that second plate of cake!” But what’s really the cause of overeating?
This week, our #imagreatist community is making some killer healthy eating choices (and still enjoying what they eat).
Check out Thryve, a food tracker app that hopes to make eating stress-free and tracking less technical.
Body and beauty products have long lists of impossible-to-pronounce ingredients. Should we be worried about what they’re doing to our bodies?
Transition into fall with these fresh and healthy corn recipes!
Try this simple, delicious vegetable side dish for your next fall meal.
If sticks and stones may break our bones, how can we make them stronger? Hint: There’s more to it than calcium and vitamin D.
Getting smashed won't do you much good but drinking alcohol in moderation is a great way to get these 11 unexpected health benefits. Crack a bottle (or two) and get ready for some health.
Want a delicious dessert you can dig in for seconds, or maybe even thirds, without the guilt? This chia seed pudding is it!
Think before you supplement. A new government report suggests the majority of immune and diet supplements have misleading information on their labels.
Hit the books, or hit the ground running? Exercise may also boost brainpower — no number two pencils required.
A new report spearheaded by Nike and 70 other organizations suggests inactivity could shorten the lifespan of the world’s children. Read on to see how they plan to fight the trend before it’s too late — and how you can help.
Will one month shakin’ it with the Shake Weight produce buff arms and toned shoulders? Greatist takes on the challenge to see if the the infomercial fitness tool stands by its claims.
Spin class at the local gym is cool, but group workouts don’t end there. For hardcore exercise and harder-core group bonding, check out these 24 workouts. From tai chi to white water rafting, we’ve got everything covered.
Greatist is teaming up with WeightTraining.com to run the first ever Push-up Challenge for Charity! Find out how to get involved and raise some serious cash for the American Heart Association.
The Sheen family may be better known for shouting about Tiger Blood, but Martin Sheen (aka the President) knows humility and honesty matter on the golf course and in life. Get prepped for the Ryder Cup with this quote.
With the NFL season in full swing, we took an in-depth look at the technology that helps keep our favorite players safe. Check out our infographic detailing the evolution of the football helmet, from humble beginnings to high-tech.
GUEST POST: Trainer Jess Allen talks about using CrossFit to improve her running performance, and how readers can apply the same lessons to their training.
Check out this 24-year-old lady phenom pump out an absurd number of push-ups, without her hands even touching the ground.
Knowing how hard the body is working during a workout is key— here are some of the easiest ways to determine if a workout is too easy, too hard, or just right.
Buying athletic gear is a good way to amp up our game (especially if we’ve been jogging in those ratty sneakers from high school) — but can our sports purchases also benefit the world? We round up 20 sports equipment companies that are getting in on giving back.
This week I abandoned my ego and learned what it means to meditate as part of a greater community.
Acting on behalf of another’s welfare isn’t always as helpful as it sounds. Greatist takes a closer look at the motivations and consequences of unbridled altruism.