Group fitness classes will get you in shape, but how can you take that a bit farther? These small tweaks in your workout class will produce big results.
Intimidated by the weight room, terrified of the treadmill or too shy for spin class? Here’s how to get over your gym intimidation once and for all.
Got basketball on the brain this month? This March Madness-inspired HIIT workout will blast calories and build athleticism in just 16 minutes flat. Ball’s in your court!
Sometimes life or injury can interfere with a runner’s training plan. Here’s how to figure out when it’s OK to take a DNF (did not finish) and when to push through.
Hop on your strength and cardio game with these plyometrics exercises from trainer Bob Harper. Don’t have a plyo box? Enter to win one signed by Harper himself.
Think a solid warm-up means a few static stretches? Think again! Read on for the tools to prevent injury and ensure you’re getting the most from your workouts.
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.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from this week, including a new fitness program for firefighters and Spotify auto-tagging.
Eager to achieve a personal best? Boston Marathon champion Meb Keflezeghi and Olympic medalist Deena Kastor share their running tips to help you PR at any level.
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.