Run faster and longer by adding this strength training workout to your routine. Heck, it might even help you get through your race training injury-free!
Love the rowing machine? (Or, love to hate it?) Get three strength-building rowing workouts to target your quads, glutes, back and core.
Toned abs don’t come easy, but this no-frills oblique workout will help strengthen and stabilize your core. (Love handles, we’re looking at you!)
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Prevent lower back pain during exercise — and all day — with these easy exercise tweaks. A few simple switches in your technique will help alleviate aches.
Does your squat need a tune-up? Get expert tips from Mike Boyle on the ideal squat depth and how to make the most of this fundamental strength move.
The CrossFit Games are back, and guess what? Not all CrossFit workouts require extreme strength and intensity. Start with these beginner-friendly WODs to get your feet wet.
Is everything we thought we knew about lactic acid all wrong? Read on for the latest research-backed facts about lactic acid and what really causes muscle soreness.
Quads feeling spent after an onslaught of squats? Here’s how to know whether that sore feeling means should skip the gym or not.
Tired of being cooped up inside? This summer, take these three HIIT workouts directly to the beach — no equipment required.
Train those mirror muscles all you want. If your strength training program doesn’t include these five muscle groups, you’re missing out on major gains.
Desk job not doing your back any favors? Combat the hunch and strengthen your posterior with these simple, no-equipment back exercises.
Pistol squats demand strength, balance and mobility — and yup, they’re hard as hell. Here’s your complete how-to guide to completing your first pistol squat.