When you're totally out-of-shape and want to get fit, which is better: A faster, more intense approach to workouts, or a gentler style where you actually like your workouts?1 Comment
Exercise Barriers: No Time
Not having enough time is most people's biggest barrier to regular exercise. These articles include advice that will make it easier to fit workouts into your busy life.
Feeling guilty about skipping workouts to watch a game? Being a sports spectator actually has physical benefits. But before you cancel your gym membership, read this first.No Comments
If you still haven't found the perfect workout (or you just get bored easily), ClassPass - which lets you try on tons of new workouts and classes for size - could be the perfect solution. Our writer tried it and is now a devotee, for sure.1 Comment
Looking for a surefire way to get your — or your partner’s — pulse racing this Valentine’s Day? Forget flowers and candy and go straight for the heart (it's a muscle, after all).No Comments
It's cold outside. You're starting a new workout regimen and you don't want to go. When you finally do make it to the gym or a fitness class, there are just too many people. Here's how to navigate overbooked classes and always-busy machines.No Comments
Ready to throw in the sweaty gym towel on those fitness goals? Ask yourself these questions first.1 Comment
We talked to fitness experts about the American College of Sports Medicine's predictions for the top 2015 fitness trends to find what might be right—and safe—for you.1 Comment
Need resolution inspiration? These six people once hated exercise, and now they can’t imagine life without it. Here’s their advice to exercise haters.1 Comment
This former "pudgster" has turned into someone who obsessively tracks his training. Find out how Mark made the transition to actually loving to work out.No Comments
Before you give up on workouts and healthy eating entirely, read these tips from leading personal trainers like YogaWorks' Mia Togo (even fitness folks struggle with motivation now!).No Comments
Nothing derails exercise like October 31 to January 1 (aka the holidays). But instead of throwing in the towel and scarfing down another piece of pie (with extra whipped cream!), just aim to move your body a little, most days of the week. Here's how.No Comments
When you prioritize caring for other people over your own needs (which includes neglecting regular workouts) your health is bound to suffer. Here's how to break the guilt cycle.No Comments
You didn't always hate to exercise. When you were a kid it came easily, right? That's because it wasn't "exercise," of course. You can change your mind about exercise and even feel about it like you did when you were young. Here's how.1 Comment
What's your biggest "wall" when it comes to exercise? Dr. Jennifer Huberty offers strategies that really work to make physical activity something you can do more and dread less. Find out what they are.No Comments
One study found that 46% of people who made a resolution were successful, compared to just 4% of those who didn’t set a goal. It matters, though, how you set a goal and which ones you set. Here are six fitness resolutions not to make. Did you make any of them this year?No Comments
The average American adult spends an alarming nine times as many minutes watching TV or movies as they do on physical activity – making it hard to believe that more of us can’t manage some time for exercise.
A new study from Denmark finds that if your goal is weight loss, you might not
have to work out as long as you think. In two groups of healthy, young--but overweight--men, those that exercised less not only enjoyed it more, they lost more weight.