Can’t get to the gym? Skipping workouts could take you from feeling fit to out of shape faster than you think. Here’s what happens to your body.
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Want to improve your swimming form, breathing technique and confidence in the pool? Follow these expert tips and get a great swimming workout too!
Thought camp was just for kids? Not anymore. These 11 running camps will make adults better, stronger and more confident runners.
Wish you had time for exercise? This new book from the team behind Another Mother Runner will convince you to leave the kids at home and hit the pavement.
Elite runners Sara and Ryan Hall talk nutrition, training and race day strategy for the upcoming 2015 LA Marathon.
It can be hard to fit a strength or stretching routine into your busy schedule. Here’s how to prevent running injuries, even if you’re short on time.
Orangetheory Fitness classes are sweeping the nation. But what makes them different from traditional HR-based interval training? Learn why fans are sold.
Jab, punch or kick at any of these popular, calorie-burning kickboxing classes. They’re sure to work up a sweat while building endurance and strength.
Whether you’re training for your first marathon or chasing after a qualifying time for Boston, here are the best marathons to set your sights on this fall.
Need some Valentine’s Day inspiration? Our favorite fitness trainers spill their secrets on making fitness part of their dating routine. Steal their ideas here!
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.
Battle ropes are an intense full-body workout, focusing on speed, core stability and strength. Up your heart rate and burn fat with this hardcore exercise routine.