Find out which common stretches you’re doing wrong and how to fix your form for big leaps in flexibility.
It goes without saying that CrossFit workouts are extremely challenging. But just how intense can they be? CrossFit’s Garret Fisher tells all about the hardest workout he’s ever done.
Sweating during a workout is a good thing — but is it indicative of how hard you worked? We found out whether more sweat means more calories burned — or not.
No free treadmills at the gym? These 30-minute elliptical workouts will burn more calories than a steady state workout by using high-intensity intervals.
Are you a CrossFitter? Whether you are or want to be, get insights on the sport and try a week’s worth of intense CrossFit workouts — all under 12 minutes.
Use these time-saving tips to get a better workout and maximize productivity in the gym. Ready, set, lift!
Get a step-by-step guide to hitting five major fitness benchmarks, including bench pressing your body weight, sprinting faster, and improving your CrossFit WOD.
Tired of being cooped up inside? This summer, take these three HIIT workouts directly to the beach — no equipment required.
Whether you resort to bribery, jungle-gym bootcamps or early-a.m. sweat sessions, we guarantee you’ll find a trick here that will make it easier for you to be a fit mom, too.
Turns out, running isn’t all in your legs. Accomplished marathoner and running coach Jason Fitzgerald shares a core workout to make you a better, stronger runner.
For starters, it’s the opposite of HIIT. Here’s why you should make low-intensity, steady-state cardio — or, LISS — part of your routine.
Love running but find yourself indoors to avoid numb toes and a nose that runs more than your legs? Use these tips to make winter running easier.
You’ve learned how to swim — but your technique is far from perfect. Get these tips from the pros to avoid common swimming mistakes and improve your form.
Worried about where to go, if you should bring water or if the instructor will help? Here, six helpful tips to ensure you crush your first fitness class (and keep coming back!).