Fine-tune your form to make the most of this fundamental upper-body move.
A veteran athlete learns the value of reintegrating nonexercise movement into her life — and how doing so yields surprising benefits
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Our fitness editor struggles with the age-old lesson that more — even of a good thing — isn’t always the answer.
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See these Functional Range Conditioning exercises in action.
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These three basic poses provide an entry point for beginning yogis and athletes seeking recovery.
How EL’s six-month workout program helped one cancer survivor find the support she needed to take back her health.
Build your active partnership with thoughtful acts of support like these.
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Being strong is only partly physical, says our fitness editor. It’s also mental, emotional, spiritual, and social.
Pilgrimages — religious and otherwise — can connect you with the past, forge new relationships, and help you feel part of something greater than yourself.
Build full-body strength — and a powerful posterior — with this move.
New York Times best-selling author Dan Buettner’s new book offers lessons from experts and the world’s happiest people for boosting the well-being of communities and the people who live in them.
Go behind the scenes at our cover shoot with personal trainer David Freeman and learn how he helps others reach their fitness goals.
Learn the moves for this intense strength circuit inspired by the popular obstacle-course race.
Inspired by the popular obstacle-course race, this circuit boosts mental and physical strength, improves conditioning and agility, and burns fat.
Personal training and coaching weren’t part of athlete David Freeman’s original plan. But, once he discovered them as his calling, there was no looking back.