If you’re looking to get and stay fit, look no further. Here are the best (HR) workout tips for cardio, strength, mobility and more. Hit your fitness goals!
Here’s how to tweak your workout routine by varying three elements and how to find fresh workout ideas to unleash your full potential.
A lot has (thankfully) changed in the group workout scene since aerobics became a thing 40 years ago. But what’s hot and what’s not in group fitness in 2020?
Triathlete and fitness guru Nils von Muster-Kistner shares useful guidance on strength training for triathletes to help you maximize your performance.
How you warm up before lifting can be the defining factor between crushing your workout and simply going through the motions. Here’s how to warm up quickly, yet effectively.
Yoga is a great way to work on muscular imbalances and core weakness that are common for many endurance athletes. Learn how yoga can boost performance.
Coach Greg Mueller provides actionable tips for freestyle swimming for both pool and open water with sample drills and workouts.
Coach Sandy Ziya unpacks five of the most common freestyle swimming mistakes and provides quick-and-dirty tips on how to improve your freestyle swimming technique.
If you’re struggling to find time for a long workout, listen up (or read on)! Here are 5 simple ways to make your quick workout efficient and enjoyable.
When life gets crazy and you feel like you have no time to exercise, here are nine ways to keep your workouts in the rotation, even when you’re busy.
You know the feeling when you want to work out, but just can’t? Here’s how you can strike a balance between motivation and results.
Here’s how to choose the right group fitness class for you, using heart rate zones for guidance, and how HR helps you make the most from group exercise.
If you need to ask “Am I working hard enough?”, the chances are you’re not. Here are five telltale signs that you could be pushing your body harder.
Obstacle course racer, CrossFit athlete Christian Jonsson explains how to break the monotony of sit-ups and crunches with effective core exercises.
What’s the optimal number of workouts a week for you? Here’s a breakdown of the questions you need to ask yourself to find the answer.
If you practically live at the gym, yet wondering “Why am I not getting stronger?”, here are five reasons that may be hindering your progress.
Varying your workouts comes with several benefits. Here’s why you shouldn’t make it a choice between cardio vs. strength training, but do both.
These common mistakes could be the reason why you’re not making any progress or even regressing.
Here’s why and how endurance athletes should work on their strength and the most promising use of heart rate monitoring in strength training revealed.
Here’s fitness expert Pete McCall’s advice on how to choose the right exercise intensity and how to use heart rate to guide your fitness workouts.
There’s something about running on the treadmill for an hour that’s not exactly appealing so how to make your cardio workouts not only more effective, but more enjoyable?