It's nearing 38°C in my garage gym, as I force out a final round of squats and AirBike intervals, trying to block out the slowly intensifying burn in my legs, lungs and, well, just about everywhere else.
Sometimes you need a good workout. Sometimes you need a fast one. If you’re short on time, your most efficient bet for both is to crank out total-body exercises. One star move that fits the bill: kettlebell
Approaching his 40th birthday, Aaron Archer found himself at 230 pounds and nearly 25 percent bodyfat due in part to unhealthy eating habits. After hiring a personal trainer, Archer started doing regular
Ah, pilates. It’s not just for women from the ‘80s wearing neon spandex. It’s a versatile workout that’s good for posture, conditioning, and strengthening. It’s low impact, and ignites your muscles in
Got one minute for core work? Got seven—or something in between? Personal trainer (and bona fide ab queen) Kira Stokes, founder of the Stoked Method, has the moves for you. Start with the first for 60
Walking may be simple, but it's actually one of the most effective forms of exercise for fat burning, as long as you keep your heart rate up. When you do, you'll trigger a process called beta oxidation.
If skull crushers have always seemed...intimidating to you (seriously, that name isn't too enticing), don't be scared. They're actually a great triceps-toning move—and I promise they're not as intimidating
Instructions: Choose three to five moves below (1–7 focus on chest, while 8–14 focus on back). For each move, complete the indicated amount of effort and rest, then continue to the next move. Repeat the
As much as I love my long, 10-mile runs, they put my body through the ringer. Yoga — and especially this 17-move sequence — has become my absolute savior for releasing and rejuvenating all the muscles