Built around full-body primal movements, this challenging workout maximizes strength, burns fat, and amplifies athleticism.
Build strength and stamina in this boot-camp-style workout developed and demonstrated by Life Time personal trainer Adam Rozmenoski.
All you need for our body-weight circuit is you! Give these six exercises a go for a complete full-body workout.
How to get a challenging workout using the levers of your own body.
Two easy exercises to engage your core.
Sprint faster. Jump higher. Prevent injury. Avoid back pain. With a strong set of glutes behind you, you can do it all.
This three-day glute-training program combines a variety of movements that target the glutes and hips plus muscles throughout the legs and trunk.
Strengthen your pelvic-floor muscles with these simple exercises.
The five exercises in this worst-case-scenario workout will prepare you for surviving in the wilderness — and dealing with everyday chores. Plus, get a bonus leg complex!
A hardcore workout that will prep you for surviving in the wilderness, escaping danger — or handling everyday household chores.
Functional tri-planar moves will give you a workout that’s fully rounded.
This full-body explosive-power workout will amp up your athleticism for sports — or anything life might throw at you.
Lightning-fast, full-body training amps up your athleticism — for sports, or whatever life throws your way.
Follow along as our fitness editor, Maggie Fazeli Fard, shows you how to undo the damage of too much sitting with these eight exercises.
You need a solid core for everyday life. This basic body-weight circuit builds both strength and stability.
Follow along as we show you how to train your core from all angles with five simple exercises.
Training for your first obstacle-course race? This functional, whole-body workout will help you get ready for the route.
Prepare to tackle a variety of races with this scalable training plan that’s designed to boost power, strength, and mobility.
See how to do the cable-machine workout featured in our May 2014 issue — including the four bonus moves: cable squat, one-arm/one-leg deadlift, cable muscle-up, and one-arm punch.
A cardio and strength circuit that will make you a stronger, more-efficient trail runner.
These six exercises will help you build strength for trail running. Perform them alone or interspersed with hill sprints.