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Strategies for rethinking your self-image and goals so you can enjoy the benefits of a realistic, and really fun, fitness identity.
The motivational phrase "No pain, no gain" is as tired as it is inaccurate. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't push yourself to new limits and higher workout highs.
No matter your current fitness level, completing a 5K is both doable and fun. Here’s how to get yourself to the starting line — and across the finish.
Want better workout results in less time? Start taking direction from your body. It knows exactly what to do.
Got 10 minutes and one kettlebell? Then you’ve got time for girevoy — one of the most effective strength-and-cardio workouts around.
Get more results in less time with high-intensity interval training, a super-intense cardio workout.
No pain, no gain belongs on the dust heap of fitness mottoes. But if you're unwilling to experience even a little discomfort, you're probably leaving a lot of fitness results on the table.