Researchers explain why listening to music can help us work out longer and harder.
What is your space saying about you — and what is it doing to your energy, mood and outlook on life?
Here’s a cutting-edge, all-purpose body-priming routine you can crank out in 10 minutes flat.
Learn three efficient ways to get and stay organized — from Getting Things Done expert David Allen.
Looking for a dynamic warm-up you can do before any workout, game or competition? All you need is the All-Purpose Warm-Up.
Pilar Gerasimo on how clearing things out — your diet, your home, your heart — can provide a fresh start.
How performing undemanding tasks can kick-start your creativity.
Take a hard-eyed look at all the commitments you’ve already made, and you may start to question the wisdom of taking on anything new.
Researchers find that a new interval-training program improves performance and health in half the time.
Want better workout results in less time? Start taking direction from your body. It knows exactly what to do.
Go behind the scenes at the March cover shoot with NBA point guard Ricky Rubio.
A career-threatening injury taught NBA star Ricky Rubio to slow down, stay cool and have some fun.
Learn from productivity expert David Allen how to organize your to-do lists based on what is doable and worth doing now.
Random moments of “unproductive” time don’t just make you healthier, happier, and more resilient. They help you work smarter, too.
Gym-goers often gravitate toward two-legged and two-armed movements. But intentionally embracing a one-sided imbalance can deliver whole-body benefits.
Download a PDF of Your Fitness Mission Q&A from the January/February 2013 issue’s feature “You, Inc.”
Take an experimental approach to your New Year’s resolutions and discover some exhilarating new possibilities.
Pilar Gerasimo on why the act of imagining and dreaming big is transformative and empowering.
Brent Kessel’s guide to understanding the psychological forces that challenge your financial integrity.
In the first installment of a five-part series on David Allen’s organizational system, Getting Things Done, the chaotic jumble of things competing for our attention comes into clear focus.
How to say no to a social invite with grace — and a clear conscience.