If you’re curious how trainers work out, these moves say it all. Watch these fitness videos, then build up the strength (and courage!) to try them out.
Celeb trainer Gunnar Peterson shares his secrets for making the most of your gym time. Follow his exercise tips to see better results, in less time.
A new study shows that running can help strengthen the muscles and cartilage around your knees. Here’s what runners and running skeptics need to know.
Just because you’re not hobbling doesn’t mean you didn’t put in some quality work at the gym. We talked to experts to get to the bottom of muscle soreness.
Want a stronger, more sculpted backside? These butt exercises will help you think outside of the box with squats, lunges, glute bridges, leg lifts and more.
Yes, even short workouts can yield results. Use these time-saving tips to get a better workout and maximize productivity in the gym.
What’s the secret to a low squat and a deep lunge? Better focus. These moving meditations from Holly Rilinger will enhance your mind and body connection.
Learn how to rock climb at one of these hot spots around the U.S. The payoff: seriously cool views from the top and some skills you can totally show off.
Should you stretch mid-workout for better results? We asked fitness pros whether taking time to loosen up between strength moves is a good idea.
Take your typical HIIT workout to the water. These five pool exercises make waves in your usual strength training routine — Baywatch lifeguards optional.
Olympian Tori Bowie doesn’t stop training while traveling. Try her hotel workout, plus learn why she’s secretly grateful for not winning all gold in Rio.
From aqua spinning to floating yoga, working out in water adds resistance and revs up your heart rate. Take a dip into these new pool workouts.
Tired of the same old squats and lunges? These slam ball exercises will strengthen your legs, glutes, hamstrings and core, while building power.
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.