In: strength


Weekday Workouts: 24 and More

Resolved to get moving this month? We’ve got every part of you covered with more than two dozen workouts. Created by...


Workout: Mobility and Strength

The combination of strength and mobility challenges in this workout help create results that are greater than the sum of the...


How I Found My Strength in Group Exercise and Personal Training

I fell in love with Les Mills BODYPUMP two years ago when I took my very first class and have...


Four Different Types of Strength and How to Train for Each of Them

Bodybuilders. Powerlifters. Olympic weightlifters. Strongman competitors. CrossFit Games athletes. They are all doing similar types of training, so why do...


How to Maintain Your Summer Strength All Year Long

Summer is fleeting, but fitness is forever. There are two times each year when we collectively decide to prioritize fitness: First,...


Seven Ways to Play at the Gym

Treat the gym like your playground to make your movement a little more fun. When we were young, play was our...


Rock the Rope

A former Rockette’s jump rope class blends cardio and strength training for the ultimate sweat experience. The Rope, a class at...

Full-body strength workout with Ashley Pitt Movement

Get Strong With This Five-Move Workout

Challenge your body with a short full-body circuit using dumbbells, a medicine ball and a jump rope.
 It’s not too late...


Are You Fit for Office? Master These Seven Moves

Regardless of how you feel about the inauguration ceremonies, there is something to be said about making the next 100 days...


Bring 2017 on Strong

Jump-start your routine — or progress — with Alex Carneiro’s strength workout.


Why Gloves Can Help Your Workout

Blisters and callouses are not a badge of honor. You’re not necessarily harder, better, faster or stronger for having them. In...


Hit the Turf

Tackle a turf workout for big benefits.


Three Signs you Should Increase Your Workout Intensity

Have you hit a plateau in your fitness progress? Here are three easy ways to tell when it’s time to ramp...


Five Ways to Improve Your Upper-Body Strength Outside the Gym

The upper body is essential, and we are constantly using it. We need the muscles in our arms, chest, shoulders and...


Cardio or Strength First? An Expert Gives a Professional Opinion

Order matters when it comes to sequencing your workout. If you’re performing both strength training and cardio in a single workout,...


Heavy News About Lighter Weight

A new study reported in The New York Times finds that people who lift relatively light weights can build just as...


Train Like An Olympian

This Team USA–inspired boot camp will be offered for a limited time only.


The Truth About Women and Weightlifting

Myths about women and weightlifting abound. 24Life sets the record straight.


Hit-the-ground runner’s workout

Be a better runner with this strength endurance routine.

Losing muscle mass Game Changers

How fast do you lose muscle?

A study shows how long it takes to lose muscle mass from inactivity.


Total-body strength to shred fat

Improving body composition doesn’t need hours of mindless cardio. It does, however, require a quick science lesson. When using multi-directional movement...


Train your body as one muscle

Multi-directional movement patterns are the new favorite with trainers and fitness professionals. Why? Backed by solid scientific rationale, they recruit all...


Tone and tighten with sandbells

Gone are the days when strength training programs focused on one major muscle group at a time. Savvy trainers now know...