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.
You sweat beside them all too often: the hoarder, the pick-up artist, the know-it-all. Find out which bad gym behaviors are among these top trainers’ biggest pet peeves.
Is post-workout soreness a badge of honor or a sign of going too hard? Learn everything you need to know about delayed onset muscle soreness, better known as DOMS.
Move over long, boring gym workouts. These CrossFit workouts are packed with challenging moves, including pull-ups, double-unders and clean and jerks.
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.
Desk job not doing your back any favors? Strengthen and tone your backside with these simple, no-equipment back exercises.
Can’t get to the gym? Skipping workouts could take you from feeling fit to out of shape faster than you think. Here’s what happens to your body.
Have you done crunches to exhaustion, but still don’t have the abs of your dreams? Try a few of these ab exercises for an all-out six-pack workout.
Already bored of indoor treadmill training this winter? Bust out of your rut with these strength and endurance-building rowing machine cardio workouts.
Let’s hear it for the underdogs. Read on to learn which exercises trainers nominate as the most underrated, and how to work them into your routine asap.
From empowering yogis to elite athletes, these Instagram accounts will inspire you to make each day fitter and healthier than the last!
We’re all about working out to make your mind and body feel great — but if you’re ever curious how many calories you’re burning, this infographic can help.
There’s a right and a wrong way to foam roll. Get tips on how to start foam rolling like a pro — along with common mistakes to avoid.
Not sure how to do a push-up — or how to build the strength? Try these beginner-friendly movements to work your way up to the main event.