The more fun you’re having, the more you’ll want to exercise. Take the “work” out of your workout with these playful exercise ideas.
Sitting isn't the problem. It's how you sit. When you prepare for the chair, sitting may actually burn calories and create energy.
More sore doesn’t equal a better workout. In fact, taking a lower-intensity approach to your movement can help you combat that so-sore-you-can’t-move feeling.
Following the latest trends isn’t always the best path to finding a fitness method that’s right for you. These straightforward questions will help define what it is you truly want in a workout.
This ancient energy practice may seem slow and boring, but it's actually quite challenging and can benefit your mind and body.
Weight loss is merely an added bonus of a balanced, aligned body and a healthy attitude about food.
Forget the same-old approach to exercise you're used to doing at the gym. There's a better way to train for functional fitness and maximum results.
Rhonda Vetere is a tech industry executive, an athlete, and, this October, a participant in the inaugural Serengeti Girls Run—a 55-mile, multi-day journey that aims to empower the next generation of female leaders.