Use this guide on how to lower body fat percentage for small diet and exercise changes that lead to big results. It includes all the basics to reducing body fat, effectively.
Not sure if you should hit the treadmill or jump into strength training first? Here’s how to set up your workout for optimal results.
The secret to getting an even better burn from your plyometrics exercises could be doing fewer reps (yes, fewer!). Try this intense plyometrics workout — stat.
What does your trainer really mean when they say, “Tuck your tailbone?” We decode the most common exercise cues to help you get the most out of your workout.
Can’t make it to the gym? These bodyweight workouts don’t require any equipment, plus each one takes just 10 minutes flat.
You don’t have to hit the gym to squeeze in a great sweat session. These home workouts from top trainers think beyond the treadmill to get you fit right where you are.
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.
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.
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.
All eyes may be on Boston come April, but don’t forget to set your sights on these other top-rated spring marathons around the country.
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.
Loosen up all those hard-to-reach tight spots with these five self-myofascial release moves, performed with a lacrosse ball. You’ll feel better in an instant.
Freeskiers Maddie Bowman, Aaron Blunck and Devin Logan may be working toward a podium win at the Winter Olympics. But they’re also just enjoying the sport they love.
Meet seven real people who overcame heartache, trauma, injury and life-long unhealthy habits to find happiness — and healthfulness — in exercise. They’re the ultimate fitness motivation.