Recent research found that lounging in a hot tub for an hour burns the same number of calories as a half-hour walk. Score! Right?! Let’s break it down.
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It’s important to stop and gauge your progress. If you don’t measure where you started, and where you’re going, you can’t celebrate how far you’ve come!
Active rest is important. Try these yoga poses—from twists to deep stretches to heart openers—to build strength, increase flexibility, and simply relax!
Every athlete’s body is their “weapon,” and developing strength, agility, and endurance is just as important as improving sports-specific skills.
Heidi’s weight loss journey isn’t done. But after lots of hard work and time with a personal trainer, she’s learned valuable lessons to keep propelling her toward new goals.
Soreness after exercise is common, but confusing. Why does it last? Does it indicate how hard you’re working, or how effective the workout? Let’s review.
Bodies adapt quickly, so if you’re noticing a lack of progress in your fitness routine, make sure to make exercise adjustments! Here are some easy ideas.
It’s incredibly tempting to step onto a cardio machine and choose the Fat Burning setting. Who doesn’t want to lose fat?! But it’s not a great option.
If you’re sitting at a desk or anywhere else for many hours each day, you’re likely stiff and sore. Use these tips to combat regular neck and back pain.
Great music can add a lot to your workout. Check out this love-inspired playlist for some good oldies and new goodies to keep you moving to the beat!