Before you sit down to work, it is essential to put your body into alignment. These three simple exercises will prepare your body to move functionally all day.
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.
Correct posture allows space for the digestive track to function properly. Align the body to reduce bloating and water weight.
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.
The key to building more lean muscle mass is activating the deep hip flexor group. The more lean muscle, the higher your metabolic rate.
This small change can be the key to relieving stress, sticking to your fitness routine, and maximizing the benefits of your exercise.
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.
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.
This form-focused, low-intensity workout engages the entire body to strengthen muscles and kick the metabolism into high gear.
Mornings are the ideal time to create a habit that sticks. Start your day with this simple sequence that aligns the body and boosts endorphins.
Elev8d Fitness workouts are designed to activate the psoas and the hip flexors. When you return power to the hips, the rest of the body shifts into alignment and can operate at max 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.
These 60-second workouts are the perfect way to stay fit and alert when you don't have time to get to the gym.
Recent studies show that foot fitness—and these 5 exercises—can help prevent bunions and plantar fasciitis, ward off shin splints, and, quite possibly, save your life.
Intense concentration at the office can lead to something called “email apnea,” where you actually stop breathing as you work. Here's how to notice and fix the problem so you can breathe easy again.