The Weather-Or-Not Workout

Keep your fitness forecast bright with these workouts that get you moving no matter what it’s like outside. To beat the heat, here are suggestions from Exercise TV trainer Jessica Smith, who lives in Miami, the second hottest city in the US and one of the most humid. If you usually walk… do an indoor […]

5 Beginner Barre Exercises You Can Do at Home

Don’t live near a studio or still a little too shy to pump and plie in public? Stay home and try these beginner barre exercises from Julie Erickson, owner Endurance Pilates and Yoga and Barre Boston. Standing Hip Extension Targets hips, butt, and thighs Stand knee-to-knee, inner thighs glued together. Place an exercise ball behind your knee. […]

5 Exercises You Should Be Doing Way More Of

Get the max from your gym time—without adding more reps or more minutes. You’re all about multitasking when it comes to your job, your to-do list, and even your free time (seriously, who just watches TV these days?). So why shouldn’t your workout—and your body—benefit from the same smart shortcuts? Make these five moves a part of your routine […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Running in the Heat

Running during the summer doesn’t have to leave you feeling like a hot mess. While there’s not much you can do about rising temperatures, humidity and the heat index, you can arm yourself with strategies to cope with running in the heat so you don’t chuck the habit all together until it cools down in the fall. Timing […]

Cardio Workouts

60-Minute Cycling Hill Workout Don’t just coast — make your next ride a fitness experience with this strength- and stamina-building workout designed by Lance Leener, a cycling and triathalon coach at TriLife in New York City. Find a hill that takes about 1 to 1 1/2 minutes to climb. Warm up for 15 minutes, moderate effort (RPE 5). Hill […]