Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including heatstroke in marathons and a rise in skin cancer.
The 2008 Fittest Man on Earth and 5th place finisher in the 2009 CrossFit Games, Jason Khalipa knows a tough workout when he sees one. Here’s his hardest.
Doing everything right but still hitting a running plateau? Your aerobic base might be to blame. Find out if the MAF Method can help get you up to speed.
Struggling to get two revolutions for every hop over the jump rope? These tips and tricks will help you dominate double unders during your next Crossfit WOD.
Think you’re in tip-top shape? Find out how fit you really are with these fitness tests — from the Marine Corps to the CrossFit pros.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including the CrossFit Games and a fruit recall.
Channel your inner cyclist and gear up for the final week of the Tour de France with this high-energy playlist from DailyBurn trainer Justin Rubin.
Is post-workout soreness a badge of honor or a sign of going too hard? Learn everything you need to know about delayed onset muscle soreness, better known as DOMS.
Blast fat fast with these explosive plyometric exercises. All you need is 20 minutes or less to start transforming your body today.
You’ve thought it before: I’m too slow. I’m undertrained. I’m not going to hit my race goal. Here’s how to fight the negative self-talk and start running your best — for you.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including fitspiration gone wrong and underestimating what a vigorous exercise effort is.
Shredding slopes and shedding clothes? Olympian Jamie Anderson has graced the medal podium and now the 2014 ESPN The Magazine Body Issue. Her cross-training secret? Yoga.
Stand up paddleboarding isn’t just a leisurely vacation activity. Learn about the growing sport and how its athletes stay in SUP fitness shape.
Go from zero to numerous reps (even sets) of pull-ups with our three-step program. We break the movement down to help your muscle memory and ensure great form.