Supermarkets are trying to bust their way into the fitness sphere by offering classes where you grab your groceries. Convenient, or just plain crazy?
Whether you've been inspired by Muhammad Ali's passing, Ronda's domination, or celebs everywhere picking up a pair of boxing gloves, these female fighters will redefine your idea of girl power and ins
Expectation: Ronda. Reality: Betty Spaghetti. Kickboxing might be all about being ~*fierce*~ but you can bet that's not how you'll feel during your first class.
New study contradicts previous research claiming too much cardio is bad for your heart.
Marathon training gets you fit, of course, but a new study shows that running has a surprise benefit for your bones.
Any newcomer to dance cardio is familiar with the highs and lows of this total-body workout.
If you think ultimate frisbee is just a fancy name for tossing a disc around, think again. This up-and-coming sport could be the get-fit solution to your summer workout boredom.
Turn on the burn in your thighs and glutes with this 10-minute barre routine.
No equipment, no excuses! Burn fat and torch calories with this HIIT cardio routine.
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.