You spring clean your home, but what about your gym routine? Keep things fresh, fun, and challenging by trying these new exercises.
Athlete or not, you can use these speed-based exercises to work on your balance and agility for better overall health and injury prevention.
Don’t ignore one of the oldest pieces of gym equipment. The stair climber is still a great low-impact cardio exercise that focuses on your leg muscles.
Workout buddies are great for general encouragement and accountability to pacing and racing! Use this kettlebell partner workout to push each other.
You’ve likely seen the lat pulldown machine, along with lots of hefting and leaning to pull the weight. Make sure you’re using it correctly to avoid injury!
Most back injuries occur at home or work, not in the gym. Work in these 5 stretches for safer seasonal bending, lifting, and twisting.
Your glutes serve many purposes. Work on their strength, appearance, and your overall stability with this kick-butt workout. #BurnTheTurkey
Traveling usually means a lot of sitting around. Grab your carry-on and follow this quick airport workout to do a little inconspicuous lifting (and extra walking) to #BurnTheTurkey!
What would you ask if you had the ear of a qualified personal trainer? Here are 5 answers to some of the most common and curious questions we get.
Pull-ups are possible! Use this six-week plan to build strength and prep your body for one of the most satisfying exercises.