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Partner Corner: The Psychology Behind Becoming the Best You Can BeForget heavy lifting alone, visualization can get you where you want. Whether you’re aiming for pro-athlete performance or you simply want...
Five Ways to Get Into the Mindset of Exercising RegularlyTry these tricks for those times when you don’t feel like working out.
Partner Corner: Help Put an End to the Inactivity PandemicYou are part of the solution to the inactivity pandemic – one of the most perplexing problems of the modern day.
Seven Things to Know About the Mind-Body ConnectionWe’ve all been there—a million things going on: work deadlines, family responsibilities, chores to do at home, social engagements to attend, and you want, no, need to make time for your workouts.
How to Start a Great Week and MonthFreshen up your outlook with these weekly and monthly reboot activities.
Desire 2.0: Fall Back in Love with Your WorkoutsSteps you can take to fall in love with exercise again.
Find a Workout that Motivates YouYour personality type can give you clues to the workout you’ll do—and keep doing.
How Long Does It Take to Lose Your Fitness Progress?Skipping the gym without a good reason isn’t worth the setback. We all want to adhere to our fitness plans, but...
Eight Tips for Fitting in a Solid Week of WorkoutsHow to make training fit into your busy life. When you have a busy schedule, it can feel impossible to fit...
Unapologetically Authentic: Meet the Real Chalene JohnsonWhether you know her from the fitness world, the business world, social media, the Internet, TV or all of the above,...
Make Space in Your PlaylistSpace. Staring into the night sky has offered humans inspiration for eons. We employ the metaphor of space often, in our...
Seven Workout Trends You’ll See in 2017From mindfulness to climate-extreme environments to virtual fitness, these programs and practices are the wave of the future.
Fitness in the Kitchen With Jorge CruiseThese are the real answers you need to kick off the New Year.
Count on Gadgets for the Bigger PictureUse those shiny new devices and apps to look beyond steps and calories to overall health.