From immersive experiences to better recovery methods, your workouts will never be the same in 2018. Check out our list of the top fitness trends.
Having trouble setting that New Year’s resolution? These fitness goals will make you feel accomplished — and in tip top shape. Use this guide to nail ‘em.
It’s time to spice up your workout routine! We’ve got hundreds of bodyweight exercises, including burpees, crunches, planks, squats, leg raises and more.
Power up your basic bodyweight workout with these calorie-blasting plyometric exercises from Daily Burn trainer CeCe Marizu.
Yoga blocks: your secret to better balance, body alignment and…increased strength? Incorporate them into your next workout with these strength exercises.
Want more power behind your punch? Try these shoulder exercises to strengthen your serratus anterior, a key muscle for upper-body strength.
Love fitness and travel? Combine the two at these amazing locations across the globe. They’re the perfect additions to any fit travel bucket list.
Workout recovery just got easier. These studios and trainers offer foam rolling, stretching and more services that help your muscles feel better, faster.
Standing up tall makes you look slimmer — and helps your body move and perform better, too. So follow these posture exercises to set yourself straight.
Proper squat form is about more than getting low. Does yours make the cut? Try the ACE bend and lift screen to put your squat mechanics to the test.
Exercise machines are easy and convenient. But when used incorrectly, they can do more harm than good. These expert tips will help correct your form.
Eccentric exercises — focusing on the down phase of a move — offer major benefits for those looking to get stronger. Here’s how to use them in your workout.
Fifty burpees to burn off a quarter-cup of gravy? Find out how much exercise it’ll take to burn off your favorite Thanksgiving dishes in this infographic.
New moms, ease into exercise with this postpartum workout plan. These six simple moves target your entire body to jumpstart your return to sweat.