Try these four beginner-friendly lower body exercises to squeeze in a great leg workout no matter where you go. No gym required!
During a Spartan Race, you’ll battle hard terrain, rope climbs and heavy carries. This functional training move will help you build glute and grip strength.
This Valentine’s Day, light your arms, abs and legs on fire — with a partner in crime. You’ll torch calories as a team with these five partner exercises.
Prepare to sweat: Do these 12 moves for 90 seconds each to complete the total-body workout: The Daily Burn Dozen.
If you have a love-hate relationship with squats, these sculpting glute exercises will add variety to your routine, toning your butt, core and upper thighs.
Turn your core workout into a cardio one with these three plyometric planks. Each one tones your midsection and blasts calories. Get ready to sweat!
Nail your first Spartan Race with tips from elite Spartan athletes. They share everything you need to know before you hit the course so you finish strong!
Ready to amp up your bodyweight ab workout? These three ab exercises use a towel to help you tone and sculpt your way to a solid six-pack.
Whether you’ve got 10, 15 or 20 minutes to spare, these three tough circuit training workouts will challenge your entire body and help you break a sweat.
Whether you want to crush a Spartan Race or just get fitter and stronger, the Daily Burn Spartan training program offers power and grit to get you there.
Skip the detoxes and juice cleanses! Our 31-Day Challenge with Good Housekeeping delivers a daily workout to help you stay motivated to reach your goals.
Filled with binds, twists and major body extensions, the bird of paradise is one of the most challenging yoga poses. We break it down in seven stages.
It’s all about that base — your back — that is! These back exercises are sure to give each layer of your posterior as much TLC as your abs and arms.
Burn off the bird before Thanksgiving even arrives with this exclusive total-body T.U.R.K.E.Y. workout. Just six moves and you’re ready to feast.