From more motivation to better performance to improved wellbeing, a fitness community offers tons of benefits. Learn to find the tribe that’s right for you.
Not down to elbow your way in with the January gym crowds? This tiny-space workout has you covered at home or in a packed gym.
Before you go off and hibernate this winter, consider these fun and easy fitness activities that burn up to 500 calories a session.
Having trouble setting that New Year’s resolution? These fitness goals will make you feel accomplished — and in tip top shape. Use this guide to nail ‘em.
Can’t make it to the gym? These bodyweight workouts don’t require any equipment, plus each one takes just 10 minutes flat.
If you think the rower only provides a kick-ass cardio workout, think again! These bodyweight exercises prove it can also help you get stronger.
VO2 max measures how efficiently your body uses oxygen. The higher your VO2 max, you can run faster and longer. Here’s a HIIT workout to help you get there.
This totally doable 10K training plan will get anyone — no matter their fitness level — to the finish line. It only takes 10 weeks to accomplish your goals.
Add these charity races to your 2017 race calendar so you can exercise while you give back. Moving more while helping others? A true win, win!
Learn how to look like a pro on the rowing machine with tips from ShockWave creator Josh Crosby and CrossFit coach Patrick Larcom.
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.
Signed up for your first 5K but have no idea where to start? We’ve got you covered with this 5K training plan, complete with run-walk intervals and rest days.
Maxed out on your last run too soon? We’ve all been there. These running tips and breathing techniques will help you improve your running pace (and maybe your race pace, too!).
The best way to see a city: run it! This list of the most popular running routes in every state shows you exactly where to go and what you’ll see.