"No pain, no gain," no more — here's why the bright future of fitness will be smarter, more effective, and far less demanding than you think.
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.
These fundamental, posture-based movements work more muscle mass at greater efficiency.
Yes, you've got to do the work to get results. But much like how you approach your career, you've got to work smarter, not harder, to master your fitness goals.
Consider this new approach to setting realistic resolutions—in fitness and life—and actually attaining them.
While there's no known cure for this chronic condition, there are some simple ways to alleviate pain, starting with improved body alignment.