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Exercising in heat may provide similar performance benefits to exercising at high altitudes, says a new study

Fitness and Sweat TV has partnered with Grokker to find the next Grokstar, finding expert fitness talent to bring you the best workouts and help you stay in shape.

Looking for a goal worth training for that doesn't involve the suffix "thon"?

These five expert-backed reasons for saying goodbye to exercise machines will inspire you to shake things up with your fitness.

I trained like a stripper to see if I could get my sexy back.

Your fitness performance can be changed for the better when you use deep breathing techniques. The more oxygen, the harder you can push yourself. Here's how to do it.

Being a group fitness instructor is exciting when your class is ready to put in work. But these habits REALLY get to us.

Healthy workout habits

After sweating it out at the gym, the last thing you want is to undo your hard work. We often break our own diet rules thinking we deserve it.

We're always searching for optimal balance, whether it's having a good hair day (not frizzy but not totally flat) or having the perfect glass (or two) of wine (happy but without a hangover).

There are two types of people in the world: The ones who can wake up early for a workout, and the ones who think sweating before sunrise is torture.

The ~special~ characters you will most certainly encounter in any gym across the country. And if you haven't spotted one? There's a good chance you are one.

Come January, the gym is the place to be. But you don't have to throw elbows (and say sayonara to your sanity) to get in a great workout.

There may be only one Golden Rule to live by, and seven deadly sins you can commit, but there are countless things you can do before, during, and after a workout that cause a blood pressure spike amon

Every serious CrossFit fan had to start somewhere, right? Prepare to have these moments as you first begin your CrossFit obsession—uh, journey.

We've dug through thousands of stock photos over the years, all in the name of showing you how to perfect your exercise form. But some of the photos we encounter feature exactly what not to do.

So you've made the decision to start working out (go you!). Don't be discouraged by exercise-for-beginners roadblocks—be prepared. Gary Guerriero and Mary Leonard, co-owners of the U.S.