Score seriously strong and toned legs with this outer and inner thigh workout — no equipment needed.
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You’ve heard high-intensity interval training helps you lose weight and improve your fitness. Well, we gathered all the resources you need to finally HIIT it big.
Make your produce last longer with these pickled vegetables recipes. They’re all simple, nutritious and provide that satisfying crunch.
Target the back of your arms with these three triceps exercises from Daily Burn 365. Get ready to feel extra confident rocking sleeveless summer tops.
From garcinia cambogia to raspberry ketones, do weight loss supplement really work? Here’s a closer look at the research behind the most popular diet pills.
Not a fan of running? These six cardio workouts will give you the same heart-pumping, calorie-burning benefits minus the high-impact risks on your joints.
We’re not choosing sides, but we love to hate our love handles. Try this ab workout — in addition to a healthy diet — to help tone your obliques and cinch your waist.
Proper nutrition is key on the journey to gold at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Chefs to the U.S. Ski and Snowboard team share six healthy recipes they’re cooking up for our Olympic athletes.
Squash a squat challenge! Take your typical two-legged bodyweight squat next level with these creative variations. From single-leg to combo moves, you’ll get your entire body involved.
Here you have it: 20 quick and healthy meals you can make in less than a half hour. These 20-minute meals save you time, calories and unnecessary ingredients to leave you full and happy.
Ready to get hardcore? Make these seven lower ab exercises your regular core workout. They’ll get your entire midsection burning so you tone up in no time.
Save time and money with these healthy, homemade energy bar recipes. They’re perfect before or after a workout, or as a healthy morning snack.
As one of TV’s fittest trainers, Bob Harper didn’t expect to have a heart attack at age 51. Here’s how heart disease changed his life, and what experts recommend to stay healthy.