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We can make our workouts more fun and useful by including elements that apply strength in natural human situations.
Yeah, there are a lot of fit-looking people who like to post sexy-looking fitness moves all over social media, and most of them don't come with a don't try this at home unless disclaimer.
Even if you can still exercise, play sports, and move in general with a herniated disc, there are a few precautions and steps you need to take to stop the owie from kicking your butt.
An 8-minute, no-equipment workout that actually works - sound like a gimmick? Researchers reviewed the literature on bodyweight exercise and came up with this new circuit.
You deserve the chance to dominate work, rest, and play every day, in every way.
Try these anywhere, anytime bodyweight exercises, and the killer deck of cards game to build a fun and challenging workout.
If you squat, push, pull, hinge, and carry consistently you’ll probably get pretty fit. But don't forget to lunge!
It's better for your mind to do some sort of fitness routine on vacation. We keep it simple here with 20-30 minute routines.
Your butt is the biggest muscle in your body. If trained properly, it should also be the strongest.
Gaining strength in super simple ways doesn’t make you weak—it makes you smart.
Today's the day when you need to take your mind off of that big thing that's dragging you down. Lift yourself up with these exercises.
Get creative. Dumbbells and kettlebells are a great way to train your limbs independently and make sure you're not developing a "strong" side or a "weak" side.
When you're new to exercise it can be hard to know where to start. Strength is the best foundation.
Whether you use a TRX, Jungle Gym XT, or any suspension trainer, these five moves will build core strength which is what you’ll need to get better at sports, define your abs, and improve posture.
Exercise variations to do at-home using household items because simplicity and resourcefulness are better than excuses.
Knock out all these exercises in this order to really feel each muscle of your legs come alive in new ways.
If the squat is troublesome for you, the best alternative exercises to consider are exercises that mimic either the joint action or muscle groups involved in the squat.