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How you train your pins depends entirely on your goals, your current fitness level, your ability to recover between leg workouts.
Just because you can get them over with faster doesn’t mean you should be crushing HIIT workouts every day though.
Some bogus fitness myths have been repeated so many times that they just feel true. We spoke to an expert to debunk these myths for us.
Gym gear smelling super fresh… before you’ve even got your sweat on? Get rid of that gross sweat smell with these hacks.
So what if you only worked out a few minutes a week? Is it still possible to get fit and see results? Experts suggest the answer is “yes”
As the recovery tool has made its way from PT clinics to gyms, it has gathered its own trail of gossip… like foam rolling can make cellulite vanish.
Three simple tests to check whether your running and training shoes are good for a few more sessions, or are damaging your feet and need to be tossed now!
Trying to work out outside when you have allergies can be a pain.Here’s what you can do to prevent your symptoms from flaring up.
Much like our breakfast of choices, when it comes to our lifting workouts we often lift the same amount of weight over and over.
No doubt you do your best to work out regularly. But sometimes life, work, and happy hour gets in the way of your exercise routine.
Yoga just seems to keep evolving, from hatha to bikram… and now goat yoga. Yes, we ‘kid’ you not—it’s the latest zen trend right now.
The fear of bulking up have long kept many women away from the weights section at the gym. But steering clear of lifting is a big mistake. We’ve busted these muscle myths.