By: Jiji Pollock


3 Moves to Improve Your Body Balance

Improve your total-body balance with these three moves when you need a low-key workout. You’ll strengthen deep muscles of your body,...


Four Moves to Open Your Shoulders and Chest

We sit frequently throughout the day—commuting to work, sitting at our desks or in meetings, looking at our phones, watching television....


Exercise Your DNA: How Exercise Improves Your DNA

You’ve seen the countless motivational quotes: “Your health is your wealth.” “Take care of your body. It’s the only place you...


Leg Power: Resisted Running Workout

Train your body for more leg power with these short-resisted acceleration exercises. Short bursts of acceleration are necessary in life, especially...


Superset Your Workout

Work on your lower and upper body by pushing this metabolic-conditioning workout. Supersetting these four exercises will get your heart rate...


Single-Leg Strength Workout

Improve your single-leg strength with these three single-leg strengthening exercises.  You’ll work those stabilizing muscles necessary for single-leg balance in walking,...


Strengthen Your Myofascial Lines

Strengthen your myofascial meridians with this total-body workout. There are approximately 12 myofascial lines connecting your muscles and internal organs. Your...


Not Sure What To Do Today? AMRAP It Up!

Got a resistance band? Got 10, 15 or 20 minutes? Need a workout to work on your cardio and strength? AMRAP...


Make It Mobile, Make It Stronger: Bodyweight Mobility and Strength Workout

This bodyweight sequence provides your body with mobility and strength. You can try it two different ways to emphasize mobility or...


’Tis the Season — Give Yourself a Breath

No need for “bah humbug.” Find your happy place—it’s time to take a breath!


24 Ways to Use a Step in Your Workout

The step has been around since the late 1980s. It is a versatile piece of equipment used for strength and cardio...


Make a Shift With HIFT

HIFT’s (high-intensity functional training) main goal is targeting all components of fitness: strength, endurance, flexibility and mobility in a short amount of time.


How to Prepare for Indoor Running

Treadmill running is a terrific way to keep you running in your fitness game ... don’t let fair weather stop you! All you have to do is keep your body prepared for the changes with treadmill running.


Mind Over Muscle

For many gym workouts, Monday is chest day, but why not flex even more muscle by making it brain day? Go mind over muscle with this brain workout.


24 Ways to Use a SandBell in Your Workout

SandBells add variability to any type of core, power or traditional strength-type workout  and are a fantastic way to work on...

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Take Back Your Power – The Value of Training for Power

Who needs to train for muscular power? Everyone! It isn’t about how fast you move, it’s about the intent to move at your fastest pace.


24 Ways to Use a Resistance Band in Your Workout

Resistance bands, commonly known as pro bands or monster bands, add variable resistance to a workout program. They can accommodate every...


A Deeper Look at Perfect Form

There is no such thing as perfect form. Practice moving every day in different ways, different speeds and different angles to keep moving in life.


This HIIT Workout is Just Four Explosive Moves for the 4th of July

Get the firework show started early with this explosive total-body, zero equipment required Fourth of July HIIT workout. Four rounds of...

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Get Your Groove Back From Longer Days, Shorter Nights

If you feel fatigued, foggy, or can’t sleep, you might need a “reset.” Sync your body’s cues and to your circadian rhythm—then watch your performance flow.


24 Ways to Use a Dumbbell in Your Workouts

Dumbbells are a versatile piece of functional-training equipment. You only need a few sets of dumbbells to get a total-body workout....


Put the Spring Back in Your Step by Keeping Your Fascia Healthy

Spring is coming, which means it’s time to put the spring back in your step and start moving! Let’s get you moving and introduce you to your fascia.