Plyometrics can improve strength, coordination, and balance, while also increasing the number of calories you can burn in a workout. Here’s a quick 101 plus exercises.
Grab a partner and a medicine ball! That’s all you need for this simple, effective core workout that can be completed in just under an hour.
Athlete or not, you can use these speed-based exercises to work on your balance and agility for better overall health and injury prevention.
Basketball player or not, having a solid first step and better leaping and landing ability can come in handy. Use this lower body workout to build strength!
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!
Perfect your wall sit form and then learn how to add a stability ball and upper body exercises to build even more strength and endurance!
The stability ball is a great tool to work on your core strength and balance. Use this express workout for a satisfying full-body burn!
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.