Reviving an exercise routine can be frustrating and intimidating. Take it slow and easy by following these steps.
Looking for a no-frills way to get strong, fast? Try Charles Poliquin’s modified German Volume Training plan.
Reap the physical and mental rewards of this ancient tradition — safely, and at your own pace.
Go light before your workout — and try to eat a postworkout snack within an hour or two of your workout for recovery.
This stress-busting routine harnesses movement and breath to open your mind and invigorate your body.
A look at the best things to eat pre- and postworkout.
Here are some ideas to help you and your loved ones stay fit and have fun while social distancing.
Boot-camp-style workouts can help you build strength, burn fat, and connect with a community. Here are some expert tips for getting fit — and avoiding injury.
Boost your enjoyment of snowshoeing with these tips.
How to rebuild lost muscle mass after illness.
During the "fourth trimester," it's important to respect your body's recovery time and ease back into a fitness routine.
If you stay active and support your body's needs, you'll improve your mindset prior to labor and boost your chances of a smoother postpartum recovery.
Just because you can doesn't mean you should. Continue to strengthen areas of your body that will support you during and after pregnancy — but beware of pushing too hard.
The key? Respecting early symptoms of pregnancy and being willing to adapt.
These guidelines and training tips for prenatal and postpartum fitness can help keep you strong and safe through pregnancy and beyond.
Running coaches share their tips on building speed for both short and long distances.
This workout mixes low-impact stair-stepping with high-intensity interval training.
This circuit of back-to-back dumbbell exercises builds full-body strength, amps up endurance, and burns fat.
This fat-burning strength workout integrates machines into your free-weight routine.
A coach shares tips on improving the two Olympic lifts: the snatch and the clean and jerk.
This two-month program pumps up your posterior chain, improving posture and boosting athletic performance.