Burn calories and blast fat fast with the best cardio workouts on the treadmill, elliptical, or bike — or using no equipment at all!
It's finally happening: your first SoulCycle class.
Forget the bulky, uncomfortable chest straps (because let's be honest, you weren't really using them anyway).
Is your regular ride getting you nowhere?
The hardest part of Spinning isn't the climbs. It's avoiding the many variables (seat height! resistance! posture!) that could mess with your form, efficiency, and overall workout.
Burn more than double the calories with every step you take: Hit the stairs—and steal these tips.
Maybe you never learned to ski or snowboard. Or maybe you're recovering from an injury—or you simply don't feel the need for speed. No need to miss out when friends or family plan a ski trip.
With Row House in New York City, iRow in L.A., and Shockwave rowing classes at Equinox gyms nationwide, rowing is officially a thing. Not quite ready to give it a go?
You, Miss Introvert, prefer to feel the burn in a more independent setting than your extroverted friends.
Awards show season is upon us, which means three things: beautiful red carpet-dresses, lots of thanking the Academy, and, for the rest of us at home, sitting on the couch.
Here's a reason to go long: Cardio workouts of 45 minutes or longer could change your genes and boost your metabolism. Read—and run—on.
According to new research, you can boost your endurance without even feeling the extra effort—as long as you look at the right thing. That's right—learn how your eyes can override your muscles.
When all those group fitness class descriptions list "Tabata-style" over and over, it's time to stop scratching your head in confusion.
You row, girl!
Spin class: It's your one-stop shop for a high-energy, heart-pumping, muscle-toning good time.
Since you can't spend all weekend watching The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 over and over (or can you?), here are five ways to bring a little fight to your workout.
Whether you live to exercise or exercise to live, we know you want to get the most out of your workout. Step one: Knowing how to separate fitness facts from fiction.
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