Tune into this audio treadmill workout from Daily Burn for a coach that’ll guide you through beginner-friendly interval running. It’s the positive push you need to reach your goals.
Want seriously sculpted shoulders? You’ll build strength and stability with these five shoulder exercises that work your muscles from every angle.
If you’re bored of squats, swap in these five butt exercises for a booty-sculpting Pilates workout. You’ll get a kick — and a lift — from these leg lifts, kicks and circles.
Love running outside? Want a quiet meditation? Daily Burn’s new Audio Workouts have you covered with 30 routines you can take on the road, to the gym — or wherever you go.
Take your cardio routine anywhere with this calisthenics workout. Not only does it build strength and endurance, but you’ll have fun with it, too.
Ready to build strength, but don’t know where to start? We have the perfect strength training for beginners plan that includes four exercises. Time to lift!
Don’t give up on fitness for the holidays. This home workout targets your entire body, requires little space and zero equipment – and gets you sweaty in 15.
Ditch the gym equipment and boost your heart rate at home. This three-exercise cardio workout from Bob Harper’s Black Fire program gets you fit, fast.
Your transverse abdominis stabilizes your spine and supports your hips and pelvis. These Pilates exercises go deep to target those key core muscles.
Get loose before you break a sweat. These seven mobility exercises will prime your body so you’re ready to tackle a tough total-body workout.
If you’re not sure what to do with Swiss balls, read on for five beginner-friendly stability ball exercises that are guaranteed to challenge your core.
Sweat before the sweats! This Halloween workout features nine bodyweight exercises you can do in between all your festive fun.
Your body is in for a real treat with this total-body Halloween workout that combines functional moves with the magic of a broomstick. Witch way to the gym?
At the count of three, even beginners with two left feet can learn ballroom dancing. Louis van Amstel breaks down the Cha Cha, Lindy Hop, Quickstep and more.