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.
Don’t be shy about snapping a picture of yourself flexing post-workout — those sweaty selfies might make you more likely to hit your goals. Here’s why.
Take it from these CrossFit veterans: Here’s what you really need to know if you’re (finally) ready to give this workout…errr, WOD, a try.
Quads feeling spent after an onslaught of squats? Here’s how to know whether that sore felling means should skip the gym or not.
Wish you could relive your fitness glory days? You might be out of shape, but you’re not out of the game. Here’s how to get back to the gym again.
Can’t get to the gym? Skipping workouts could take you from feeling fit to out of shape faster than you think. Here’s what happens to your body.
Fifty burpees to burn off a quarter-cup of gravy? Find out how much exercise is needed to burn off your favorite Thanksgiving foods in this less-than-cheery holiday infographic.
When you’re hooked on a workout routine, it can be tough to convince yourself to take a rest day. Here’s how to tell when your body needs a break — before its too late.