Do you steer clear of kettlebells because you're not exactly sure how to use them? Well, it's time to put down the dumbbells you always use, grab a kettlebell, and try this great (and fun!) workout! Bonus:
There are two things we really want you to do every time you work out: warm up and cool down. You may be tempted to head straight to the weights as soon as you step foot in the gym, but we really don't
Paying attention to your normal may be more helpful, new research suggests. People with resting heart rates on the low end of the normal range are less likely to die early than those with heart rates the
Finding new ways to work your abs is all kinds of fun — at least for me it is. And if I can incorporate moves I learned from my decade and a half in gymnastics, it's a win-win. So, when Olympic gymnast
Researchers found that the benefits were greatest in runners who were older and slower. Training for your first marathon can help reduce the stiffness in your arteries, lowering your risk of high blood
(CNN) — Taking low-dose aspirin to prevent heart disease and stroke is associated with an increased risk of bleeding in the skull in people without a history of those conditions, according to a new report.
When I walked into my CrossFit box for the first time, I was so inspired by all the female athletes. Their strength, speed, determination, and all-around badassery made me want to commit right then and
As a CrossFitter, running is part of our daily workouts, but we usually only do sprints or time ourselves to see how fast we can run a mile. Since I came to CrossFit with a running background, I still
• Pedro Perez weighed 324 pounds when his father called him out on his weight. • He started eliminating unhealthy food groups and watched the pounds fall off. • It was tough to overcome his sugar cravings,
"To reach the weight that I have is still crazy to me" At 23 years old, Ben Pamment ran out of excuses. The 6-foot New Zealander found himself weighing in at just over 140kg, and experiencing anxiety depression.