Ashton Eaton, Allyson Felix, Usain Bolt… Just a few reasons to join us at the edge of our seats for the 2016 Olympic Track and Field events.
Prevent lower back pain during exercise — and all day — with these easy exercise tweaks. A few simple switches in your technique will help alleviate aches.
Does your squat need a tune-up? Get expert tips from Mike Boyle on the ideal squat depth and how to make the most of this fundamental strength move.
Can’t seem to calm that raging hangover? Find out if you should sweat it out or stay in bed. Plus, get tips on how to ease your hangover symptoms, asap.
The CrossFit Games are back, and guess what? Not all CrossFit workouts require extreme strength and intensity. Start with these beginner-friendly WODs to get your feet wet.
When your usual workout just isn’t working for you anymore, try these tips to bounce back from burnout and find your groove again.
Is everything we thought we knew about lactic acid all wrong? Read on for the latest research-backed facts about lactic acid and what really causes muscle soreness.
Ready to try your hand at handstands? Yoga expert Briohny Smyth breaks down how to do a handstand in this “yoga for beginners” video tutorial.
Quads feeling spent after an onslaught of squats? Here’s how to know whether that sore feeling means should skip the gym or not.
Marathon runners Shalane Flanagan and Amy Cragg train together, fuel together and strategize together. Here’s how they plan to take on Rio side-by-side.
Camping is one of the most enjoyable ways get outdoors and connect with nature — provided you stay safe. Here’s what you need to know before you go.
Ever wonder what it takes to get Olympic-level fit? Here’s what beach volleyball player April Ross does to stay in gold medal shape on and off the court.
Three-time Olympic diver David Boudia talks going for gold in Rio, and what keeps him at the top of his game (hint: Pilates, weights and motivation back home).
Tired of being cooped up inside? This summer, take these three HIIT workouts directly to the beach — no equipment required.