Not sure how to do a push-up — or how to build the strength? Try these beginner-friendly movements to work your way up to the main event.
If you’re a sea dweller planning on running at high altitude, don’t make the same mistakes this writer made. Here are the tricks to getting altitude-ready.
No clue where to start when it comes to strength training? Here’s everything you need to know about structuring your workouts, for your first six months and beyond.
Training for your first international race? Getting that coveted medal is a little trickier when it involves air miles first. Follow these expert tips.
High-intensity interval training doesn’t have to mean high impact These low-impact exercises will get your heart rate up without the wear and tear.
You’ve meditated in yoga. But what about HIIT? Meditation is making its way into high-intensity fitness classes, and we’re liking where their heads are at.
Burn fat, build strength and have a ball with this 15-minute HIIT workout featuring the simple but effective medicine ball.
Think you don’t have time to sweat? Take a cue from Ironman competitors on how to squeeze in triathlon training (or any exercise!), despite busy schedules.
All eyes may be on Boston come April, but don’t forget to set your sights on these other top-rated spring marathons around the country.
There’s a right and a wrong way to foam roll. Get tips on how to start foam rolling like a pro — along with common mistakes to avoid.
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.
From full range of motion to isometric holds, here’s how to use different muscle movements to maximize your strength training results.
Let’s hear it for the underdogs. Read on to learn which exercises trainers nominate as the most underrated, and how to work them into your routine asap.
Salt rooms can help people breathe and sleep easier. And now, you can do yoga in them, too. Here’s why this writer is calling it a prescription for calm.