Runners, add these IT band stretches to your recovery arsenal, asap. They help loosen up tight muscles, while strengthening others so you can run faster, stronger, better.
Ditch the crunches, say bye to bicep curls. There’s a slew of better-for-you strength exercises that’ll get you better results, faster. Just follow these trainer tips on what to do.
Whether you’re a newbie or a marathoner, these Daily Burn training plans will help you build the miles — and the stamina — to cross the finish line injury-free.
Even the toughest trainers need a little push through a tough lift or long run. Steal their best mantras to channel your inner badass and foster positive self-talk.
Take your core workout beyond crunches and sit-ups. These 50 ab exercises mean you never have to do the same move twice. Time to get seriously hardcore.
Whether you’re training for your first marathon or chasing after a qualifying time for Boston, here are the best marathons to set your sights on this fall.
Want to run a half-marathon this year? Don’t waste your time (and money) on any ol’ race! Mark your calendar with these top 50 races across the U.S. — one from every state!
Crush that 2018 goal to work out more. This beginner bodyweight workout is fun, doable, effective — and will get you sweaty in no time.
See slammin’ results with these six battle rope exercises. You’ll get a full-body workout, with extra focus on cardio and upper body strength.
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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.
Ease tight muscles — and wake up inactive ones — with this simple routine of hip exercises. You’ll feel loose and ready run right after.