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Exercises and workouts for women including cardio and strength training from head-to-toe.
3 days ago
The days of sacrificing style for comfort are over. It’s time to spend more time mastering your planks and punches and less time adjusting your uncomfortable bottoms. Browse through these seriously cute and incredibly comfy workout tights. More
4 days ago
Let's get one thing straight: "You don't need to complete a marathon to be a 'runner,'" says Jess Underhill, run coach and owner of Race Pace Wellness in New York City. "If you run even one block, you're a runner." If you're just starting out, though, these pro tips will teach you how to become a runner—by making each step easier, safer, and more effective. Ready to run? More
5 days ago
Have a little fun with your next strength training session by trying these exercise ball workout moves that will firm and burn. Whether you're at home, at the gym, or even in the water, you're bound to find a new (and dare we say fun) exercise you haven't tried yet. Go ahead, have a ball. More
6 days ago
Back fat keeping you from feeling sexy in your strapless sundress? While you can't spot reduce (it takes a healthy diet and consistent workout plan to reduce fat, no matter where it is on your body), you can still strengthen and tone your back to take your results to the next level. Master these moves to sculpt a sexy back in no time. More

Turn Up the Burn: Plyo Box Workout

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6 days ago
These five awesome variations will take your plank routine (and abs, butt, and arms!) to the next level. More
1 week ago
After an exhausting day of meetings, errands, and a to-do list that just won't quit, it feels like the closest you're getting to the gym is changing into yoga pants. The solution: Make the most of your commercial breaks. The average one-hour show has about five of them, at about three minutes each—the length of every quick exercise in this slideshow. Mix and match your fave five to turn TV time into calorie-torching time. More
1 week ago
The box jumps. The pull-ups. The rope climbs. Not everyone has the equipment, the money, or the patience to enroll in a box (CrossFit speak for gym). But since Ohio State University research has shown that devotees to this type of training have more endurance and less fat than the average gym-goer, there are plenty of reasons to try WOD-ing up your workouts. Whether you sweat at home or your own gym, it's possible to follow a similar program, trainers say. Ready, set, sweat! More
1 week ago
These chair-friendly yoga poses stretch tense muscles, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated—so your job stops being a pain in the neck. At least in the literal sense. More
1 week ago
We know you exercise to feel good, live longer, and reduce stress. But if you're like many Americans, you also exercise to lose weight. With a total of 18 bajillion exercises and fitness classes to choose from, it's not always easy to know where to start. Hot yoga? Weights? Cardio? Enter: Michele Olson, PhD, a professor of exercise physiology at Auburn University at Montgomery. Follow her advice and watch the pounds melt away. More
1 week ago
Triceps dips are one of the best ways to tone your triceps, according to research from the American Council on Exercise. Even better, you need little to no equipment to reap the rewards. While getting the most out of any exercise requires proper technique, form is especially important with triceps dips, says Brett Hoebel, creator of the 20 Minute Body and celebrity trainer on The Biggest Loser season 11. Any missteps can strain your joints, he says. Good thing learning how to do triceps dips is easy—with Hoebel's step-by-step guide. More
1 week ago
This just in: The new rule of riding is that there are no rules. We enlisted Ted King, pro cyclist for Cannondale-Garmin Team, and Christine D'Ercole, cyclist and head coach at Peloton cycling studio in New York City, to weigh in on six guidelines that should not be followed. More
2 weeks ago
Whether or not you have any intention of stepping foot on a soccer field, you can still kick ass with these killer lower-body exercises, inspired by the Women's World Cup. The results? Scoring some fitness goals of your own. More

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