All signs point to weightlifting if you want to get strong! Whether you're looking to lose fat, build muscle, increase your metabolism, or increase bone density, strength training with weights is a must.
Among the most important things an athlete can do to preserve fitness for years to come is avoid injuries. Sprains, tears, and broken bones can resurface as nagging aches or weaknesses as you get older,
Target your glutes, hips, and arms with these pre- and postrun moves to make running feel easy and effortless. Good running form happens on the roads, of course. But there are simple exercises you can
Plus, how to limber up and lower your risk of injury. These four stretches are exactly what Walter Norton, Jr., director of training at the Institute of Performance & Fitness in North Reading, MA, uses