News flash: You don't have to overhaul your life to work off mega calories.
These exercises will burn fat, tone muscle, and boost your metabolism. This all-over makeover will help you lose weight in just one month!
Second-guessing your HIIT workouts? Not so fast. A new Finnish study found all that pounding and jumping is doing your body some serious good.
Slamming weights. Bodybuilders with mammoth biceps. Shouts and screams.
This is about as uncomplicated as it gets: These eight compound moves use zero equipment and will fry and firm the flab—fast.
It's time to heat things up, and we don't mean by piling on the layers. Skip the itch and break a sweat instead with high-intensity interval training.
No disrespect to cardio, but if you want to blast fat, get in shape, and rock everything that comes your way—both in and out of the gym—strength training is where it's at. Here's why.
Take a look around your gym: You'll probably see some fellow gym-goers hammering out these exercises. But that doesn't mean you should, too.
Consider these moves the Brussels sprouts of your workout. You hate squeaking out the reps, but the reward (one smokin' hot bod) is well worth it.
It's women's number-one nemesis, but blasting belly fat—and keeping it off—isn't about logging hours on the treadmill. And thank goodness for that.
It's January and suddenly your gym has become the fitness equivalent of Times Square on New Year's Eve (except your trainer doesn't quite have the Ryan Seacrest charm factor going for him).
Looking for a body jump start? Dive in here. Done with Month 1 of this plan and back for more belt cinching? Ditto. Sign up at makehealthyhappen.com to follow along step-by-rep with the Lose It! app.
You've got a goal. We've got the way to nail it. Drop up to 10 pounds—and five inches—in four weeks with this peel-it-off plan.
Now, we're not knocking a little workout variety, but there's something to be said for a routine that matches your personality.
Can you really whittle your middle by compressing it in a corset all day? We tapped a top fitness expert and a doctor to find out.
Ever wonder how much weight you should be lifting when you're strength training? Master Trainer Monica Vazquez has the scoop on exactly how much weight to lift for maximum burn -- without injuries.
Blink and sweater weather turns to LBD season—so this is no time to slack off.
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