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.
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.
Stressed from long work day and life in general? These nine yoga poses will help get you through any situation — from tough deadlines to holiday travel.
Yoga blocks: your secret to better balance, body alignment and…increased strength? Incorporate them into your next workout with these strength exercises.
Love fitness and travel? Combine the two at these amazing locations across the globe. They’re the perfect additions to any fit travel bucket list.
Fifty burpees to burn off a quarter-cup of gravy? Find out how much exercise it’ll take to burn off your favorite Thanksgiving dishes in this infographic.
Trade your girls’ trip filled with drinking and late nights for a weekend outdoors. These women’s retreats will help you de-stress and connect with nature.
Don’t let stress get to you! Take a two-minute breather with this relaxing yoga flow to stretch your legs, back, shoulders and chest.
Your breath, mindset and gear could all put a pause on the positive effects of yoga class. Come out of the studio feeling serene with these tips.
Standing can be just as sedentary as sitting. These dynamic desk stretches will get you moving and help relieve stress and tightness.
Skip the caffeine! We found your new energy boost: this three-pose yoga flow. Do it right when you wake up or take a break from work to reinvigorate you.
Find some relaxation post-run with these five yin yoga poses all runners should do. They’re the perfect way to stretch out sore spots.
Downward facing dog is the most popular yoga pose — and one of the most challenging. Try these downward dog variations to work your arms, core and glutes.