Burn calories and blast fat fast with the best cardio workouts on the treadmill, elliptical, or bike — or using no equipment at all!
Sometimes getting into the gym, or the ring, isn't the most convenient option. MatBox designed this workout just for you, to break a sweat at home.
To-die-for scenery, a challenging trek, and crossing off a bucket list goal: Check, check, check. Here are the hiking trails you should be walking on right now. Go grab your backpack!
Going fast and building muscle are both important facets of indoor cycling—but here's what to do if something has to give.
Hint: You shouldn't blame your muscles
Can't get a seat in the studio? Now you can sweat it out at home without missing any of the in-class benefits.
We already know apps can match music to your running stride—but now a treadmill can, too!
We love group-cycling class just as much as the next cardio queen, but you don't need to pay $30 every. single. time. For this killer cycling workout, all you need is a bike and a smartphone.
You—and your legs—know the ins and outs of treadmill and elliptical machines. But there's another way to tap into heart-pumping cardio at the gym: the StairMaster.
Hitting the road on two wheels is a fast, fun way to get in a workout. But just because you know how to pedal without training wheels doesn't mean you're making the most of your ride.
Clip in with one of these 15 cycling shoes and really rack up the miles on your bike this year.
With warm weather comes more opportunity to play with your workout.
This just in: The new rule of riding is that there are no rules.
The feeling of golden rays of sunshine on your skin is an instant mood-booster, but there are plenty of summertime snafus that can turn a beautiful afternoon run into a hot mess.
Think outside the box and do your workout on a whole new set of gym equipment.
Boredom can squash even the best-planned fitness goals. That's why we suggest adding a little crazy to your routine now and then.
We know you love the energy of spin class—but let's face it, at $30 a pop, it can really add up if it's your everyday workout.
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