BOSU balls, stability balls and balance discs aren't just the fitness industry's attempt to scam you out of more money; they actually have a purpose. By incorporating balance-building movements into your fitness routine, you can improve stability and find your center of gravity. In other words, you'll gain better coordination and be less likely to experience a fall.Read Full Story
Group cycling classes deliver the rock-hard glutes and thighs you've always dreamed of, but they can leave you feeling tight and sore. Prevent injuries and maximize your workout recovery by cycling through these six static and dynamic pre- and post-class stretches.Read Full Story
We've all been there — the alarm goes off at 6:00 a.m., but instead of hopping out of bed, energized for your workout, you hit the snooze button and roll back over. And that's the start of a downward spiral from intense fitness motivation to a vague feeling of guilt in the back of your mind that says, "I should really get back on track with exercise."Read Full Story
There are lots of ways to get plugged into a fitness group — you can join a group exercise class at your gym, a community running group, a boot camp, an online community, a fitness hashtag on Instagram or a Facebook page. Or you can simply meet up with friends to work out together.Read Full Story
No one walks into the gym the first time around and successfully completes an advanced strength training routine with ease. It just doesn't happen without a baseline level of strength and knowledge already in place. But just because you're not ready to do a one-arm dumbbell clean and press, doesn't mean you can't master a few moves.Read Full Story
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