Beating your marathon personal best is no easy feat, let alone qualifying for the Boston marathon. 10 runners share how they did the unthinkable with 26.2.
Can’t do a pull-up? You’ll go from negative to one (or more) with these upper-body exercises that strengthen your biceps, shoulders, lats and back.
Reach crazy new fitness heights with these six vertical races that test your speed, strength and endurance. All you have to do is embrace the burn.
Strengthen your entire body with these challenging stability ball exercises. They go beyond your typical crunches and sit-ups to strengthen all over.
Whether your goal is to recover from an injury or build muscle, a physical therapist can help. Find out how a PT can be part of your health team.
You’ve probably heard breaking a sweat is good for your gut. But can you overdo it? According to new research the answer is yes.
Snag seven tips for turning up the intensity on your HIIT workout — without dialing down your results. It’s time to train smarter.
Former NFL star Randy Moss talks diet, dedication and CrossFit. Plus, snag his favorite beach bootcamp workout that’ll get you fit, fast.
Desperately in need of some workout motivation? Check out these research-proven ways to make fitness a permanent part of your life.
Up your run game by signing up for a race. From a 5K to a full marathon, we have a list of the 263 best races in the entire world.
This beginner-friendly TRX workout will strengthen and tone your whole body — in just 20 minutes flat. The secret weapon: gravity.
Resistance bands force you to recruit more muscles and put more power behind each move. Try these resistance band exercises from powerhouse Kaisa Keranen.
If open-water swimming leaves you searching for the nearest shore, here’s how to correct your stroke mistakes. That triathlon PR is yours.
At the core of everyday movements and tough workouts is, well, a stable core. Here’s how to test your core strength so you can move better for longer.