It’s time to spice up workout routine! We’ve got hundreds of exercise variations for burpees, crunches, planks, squats, leg raises and more. Ready to flex?
Challenge your weightlifting abilities with the clean and jerk. This Olympic lift is a true test of total-body strength. Tips ahead to lift clean not mean.
These full-body boxing workouts go beyond punches and kicks. With tips on mastering form and a mix of strength moves, you’ll be a knock-out in the ring.
Who says grown-ups can’t relive their summer camp days? These sports camps for adults combine performance training, plus the fun, nostalgic stuff, too.
Think competing is just for kids? Think again. Read on to learn how these active and adventurous athletes are truly getting better with age.
The average person takes about 960 breaths per hour. Make each one count with these breathing techniques for strength training, high-intensity exercise and everyday life!
If you’re new to yoga, lifting your body into crow pose can seem impossible — but these three exercises might help you finally pull it off.
Run faster and longer by adding this strength training workout to your routine. Heck, it might even help you get through your race training injury-free!
These mud runs will test your strength and grit. Whether you want to dash through fire, plunge into ice water or just splash around in mud with friends, there’s a perfect race for you.
You’ve heard you shouldn’t run alone, but let’s face it, sometimes that’s inevitable. Follow these tips for keeping yourself safe while jogging the streets.
Allyson Felix, four-time Olympic gold medalist, won’t let a hamstring injury hold her back. Here’s how the sprinter is taking on the Rio Games.
Love the rowing machine? (Or, love to hate it?) Get three strength-building rowing workouts to target your quads, glutes, back and core.
Toned abs don’t come easy, but this no-frills oblique workout will help strengthen and stabilize your core. (Love handles, we’re looking at you!)
Haven’t quite hit your stride? Become a faster, better runner by working strides into your running workouts and pre-race warm-up routines.