Try jogging in a straight line through the Hunger Games arena and see how far that takes you. If that's your strategy, you might as well lie down in front of the competition and hand over your bow and arrows.Read Full Story
You can't survive the Quarter Quell without the strength and stamina to navigate the Hunger Games' many challenges. Developing upper-body strength like Peeta did and conditioning yourself for one-on-one combat are two of the skills necessary for a tribute to become a victor.Read Full Story
Want to set better fitness goals and get in the best shape of your life? Well, it's time to take a fitness test! To know where you want to go, you have to know where you're starting. Use these five test to set out on the road to success.Read Full Story
Yoga is good for the mind, body and soul. With more than 3,000 years of evidence to draw from, the argument for yoga is clear: Improved flexibility, mental acuity and stress relief are just a few of the reasons you should take up the practice today.Read Full Story
Few workout programs have garnered as much attention as the CrossFit craze, with wild-eyed advocates touting the benefits on one side and naysaying decryers defaming the workout on the other. So what's a middle-of-the-road person to believe? As with many of life's debates, the answer is a little from column A and a little from column B.Read Full Story
The general rule of thumb for fitness during pregnancy is this: If you were doing it pre-pregnancy, it's probably safe to keep doing it during pregnancy. That said, your typical 5-mile run may not be as appealing when you're carrying 30 pounds of baby weight in your belly. Go ahead and give yourself permission to stick to a few simple exercises for a fit and healthy pregnancy.Read Full Story
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