You’re well schooled in baseball — but what about oil wrestling and Pencak Silat? Get up close and personal with some of the most popular sports in the world, country by country.
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.
Break a sweat right in front of your TV with this March Madness workout that challenges you to bust a move for every big play.
Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or prefer life in the slow lane, these seven extreme sports are worth trying (and way safer) with a few modifications.
Have you been doing push-ups all wrong? Get the secrets to the perfect push-up — from standard to knee variations — from Daily Burn’s Dara Theodore.
Loosen tight muscles, improve your range of motion and experience some mega tension release with these seriously sublime hip stretches.
With these power walking treadmill workouts, you’ll be lapping everyone else on the couch. Fifteen to 30 minutes is all you need!
It’s tempting to reward yourself with a nice, cold beer post-workout — but will it undo your hard work? Here’s how alcohol might impact muscle growth.
If your usual push-up routine feels 10 times harder today, it might be because you’re exhausted. Here’s how to know when to scale things back.
Ever wonder what it takes to get Olympic-level fit? Here’s what beach volleyball player April Ross does to stay in gold medal shape on and off the court.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with these partner exercises from some of our favorite fitness follows on Instagram. Double tap and then double up with a sweetie or a friend!
If your knees ache after every round of burpees or squats, we’ve got some easy modifications that will help you protect those precious joints.
Whether you want to feel more in tune with your cat or flow to the beat of dubstep, here are four crazy new types of yoga that are breaking all the rules.
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.