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Use this Powerful Recovery Routine to Be Your Best

It’s very easy to feel like we have to keep grinding away if we want to improve and get ahead....


How to Add a SandBell into Your Workout Routine

Whether you’re a gym newbie or a fitness veteran, the SandBell is a great tool for shaking up your workout routine...


Train Your Body to Handle Life’s Curveballs

Why you should be training your body to prepare for the unexpected with playful movements. Almost everyone can agree that structure...


Why Happiness Is a Muscle You Have to Work Out Daily

Train your brain and your breath to find happiness in the ups and downs of life.


Five Ways to Train Smarter

As learned at the world’s premier fitness conference, 2017 IDEA World Fitness Convention. This weekend, thousands of the world’s fittest, smartest,...


Unleash Your Workout (Without Starting from Scratch)

A little bit of change can go a long way toward your commitment—and your results.


Six Ways Your Workouts Can Benefit From Periodization

How switching up the intensity of your daily movement can lead to better results. Doing the same thing repeatedly with the...


4 Moves to Prevent Ankle Injury

Your ankles will thank you for better mobility.


Recovery 2.0

Three strategic self-care moves pay off with better training and performance.


Ready to Run: Movement Preparation

For well more than two decades, we have been competing either at a world-class level or coaching high-level athletes and teams in nearly every sporting event you can imagine.


Race-Day Ready

There are many reasons to run, one of which is that our runs (or walks or hikes) often prove that we can do more than we often thought we could.

Game Changers

A Brief History of Running

How the sport has challenged and revealed human potential.


12 Common Form Mistakes in Your Workout

Spare your spine, muscles and joints from added stress by avoiding these form faux pas. Before you worry about increasing your...


Booty-Building Moves for Your Next Workout

Work out with these four moves that’ll lift and firm your booty.


Physical Practice to Shift Your Mind and Your Body

Starting a new fitness routine can get crazy, overwhelming and seem to take over your life.


What Is Muscle Confusion?

The mind-muscle connection may hold the key to the effectiveness of this popular training belief.


Six Ways to Banish Muscle Cramps

Treat your muscles well for a pain-free workout.

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Check out America’s Fastest and Most Challenging Marathons

Add these 26.2-milers to your list. No one runner is like another, which is why there are hundreds of races tailored...


How to Get Your First Handstand

Handstands and other hand balancing exercises are impressive skills that demonstrate a high level of strength and control. Training for a...


Hit the Turf

Tackle a turf workout for big benefits.

Game Changers

This Strong Mom Will Inspire You

Don’t cry for Sara Marquez – just watch and be inspired.


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...


The Case for the Dynamic Warm-Up

For a better sweat session, warm up your muscles and joints first. If you like the sound of “more muscle, less...


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...


Sports-Specific Training: Kayaking

Hone your paddling muscles with these 11 exercises. It takes more than strong arms to navigate through rapid waters: kayaking is...


Kick Up Your Routine with Kettlebells

Train for explosive power and dynamic flexibility.


The Most Important Relationship

Phil Timmons explains why getting more out of your training starts with a new relationship — to yourself.

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Sports-Specific Training: Tennis

Prepare to dominate on the court with these 11 exercises. Break out your racket and sneakers and get ready to spend...


Your Team Starts with You

The saying goes, “There’s no ‘I’ in team,” but at times, “I” is the most important letter.

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Six Ways to Keep Your Fitness Momentum Going All Year

The end of summer often signals a return to routine and, for exercisers who live in colder climates, taking workouts back inside. Many people reaffirm their commitment to fitness in the fall and winter, but if you’re not careful, it can be easy to slip into a winter slump. While it may be tempting to stay cozy at home, to reap the full benefits of an active lifestyle, you need to maintain your exercise habits year round.