“The booty is definitely having a moment.” says Holly Perkins, certified strength and conditioning specialist and Los Angeles-based trainer and author of “Lift to Get Lean.” Maybe as part of New
You likely tend to do everyday tasks with the same side of your body — for example, you always go up the steps with the same foot first, you carry your bag on the same shoulder or you reach for
Walking is one of the easiest, most effective exercises to improve physical and mental health. In fact, walking can even beat running for heart health. If you’re just starting a walking routine,
Every year, countless Americans vow to make exercise a regular part of their routine. However, many people cite lack of time as a major barrier to making a fit lifestyle stick over the long-term
HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, is having a moment — a very, very long moment. With HIIT-specific fitness studios popping up left and right (and experts constantly raving about the be
While even a daily walk at a casual pace can have numerous health benefits, speeding up your pace can be even better for your cardiovascular fitness and weight loss. What’s more, there are sever
Some workouts feel so satisfying they remind us why we exercise in the first place. Then, there are days when all we want to do is call it quits midway through. On these days, it’s useful to hav
Breathing is probably something you take for granted — if you even notice it at all. Unless, of course, you’re huffing and puffing after climbing a few flights of stairs or finishing a sprint on
Logging more steps each day may positively affect more than just your waistline, your energy level and your mood — your arteries may also thank you. Sedentary, overweight people are more likely
A daily walking routine is a great way to get fit, lose weight and improve your health. However, with busy schedules and limited time to exercise, heading out the door for an hour or more at a t