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Here, one-stop shopping for all things cardio, including creative plans to mix it up on and off the treadmill, and challenging plans to burn more fat fast.

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.

Shoes trail running

Stride or ride off-road for a hotter body and a cooler mind. Here's your so-easy guide—just add sunshine. 

Give your workout the one-two punch it needs to melt mega calories in less time. This kickboxing, dance, and toning fusion routine will firm every inch. Score a physique this sexy by next week.

3 walking workouts to burn major calories.

When you do your workout with a friend, you could get a bigger endorphin boost, a study from the University of Oxford suggests.

Give your workout the one-two punch it needs to melt mega calories in less time. This kickboxing, dance and toning fusion routine will firm every inch.

New research shows that slow and steady doesn't win the race.

Celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak dishes on which type of cardio may get you better results.

Warm-up for your workout with this one-minute dance cardio routine with Sylwia Wiesenberg of Tonique Fitness.

Has taking your routine to the gym got you going zombie on the treadmill? Revive your cardio with these lean machines.

I love workouts that hurt so good. But the sting I got in Spinning class wasn't at all what I had signed up for.

Even technophobes can benefit from training with a heart rate monitor.

Not a runner? No sweat. Start a walking routine instead.

Indoor cycling blasts more than 500 calories in less than an hour. How to make it even better?

Good music can make any ride better, as long as you match your pedal stroke to the beat. Try this playlist from Soul Cycle instructor Rique Uresti.

"It's not how long but how strong and intense you're making your workouts," says celebrity trainer Jackie Warner, the author of 10 Pounds in 10 Days.