The gym in January is no joke — between the long lines for machines, overcrowded locker rooms and countless sweaty bodies. Here’s how to play your cards right when space is tight.
Turns out, all you need to do to get into superhero shape is to, well, pretend you’re a superhero. Just try these strategies from Nerd Fitness founder Steve Kamb.
Your best fitness buddy might be a click away. Here’s why online fitness friends can help you be healthier, and how to find the perfect one for you.
Before you go off and hibernate this winter, consider these fun and easy fitness activities that burn up to 500 calories a session.
Sore muscles in need of relief? Foam rolling for just 10 minutes per day can help you stay in tip-top shape. Grab a foam roller and try these five simple techniques.
Are you an endorphin junkie? Love that post-workout high? We dug into the science behind runner’s high and what endorphins really do. The answer might surprise you.
We’ve got seven benefits of strength training that will make you want to tone up, ASAP — and they’re a lot more compelling than the promise of buff biceps.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t give you a free pass to quit your running routine. Learn how to run faster and longer so you’re ready for spring.
Burn fat, build strength and have a ball with this 15-minute HIIT workout featuring the simple but effective medicine ball.
For when you’re watching a marathon of House of Cards instead of running a marathon. These five full-body stretches can be done in front of a TV or computer.
If you feel like you’ve fallen off the fitness wagon this holiday season, fear not. Even the little things you’re doing are helping your body more than you’d imagine.
The struggle with wrist pain can be all too real when it comes to working out. But with a few modifications, you can avoid wrist pain altogether.
Need a good old dose of girl-power-fueled motivation to get you to the gym? We dare you not to be inspired by espnW’s list of game-changing female athletes.
If you’ve ever used a fitness tracker, you know it can be hard to hit 10,000 steps a day. But does that number really matter? We’ve got the truth about this Fitbit-fueled trend.