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If you hit your back-to-workout routine just as the kids went back to school, chances are, you could be feeling a bit sore now. But don't let that hinder your progress. Here are eight ways you can reduce muscle soreness.
"Explosive exercise" is one the few things that everyone should do once in a while, regardless of individual fitness goals. And working with medicine balls can help you achieve amazing results.
I will never be able to keep up with D.C.'s famous "Top Chef" Mike Isabella in the kitchen. But I thought I might be able to match him push-up for push-up in the gym.
If you're pressed for time, but still want good results, there's good news: You don't have to spend several hours in the gym. You can actually achieve better cardiovascular and weight loss results in half the time with a combination of strength training and high-intensity interval training.
There's a new workout in town -- the twerkout. Based on suggestive dance moves, twists, and grinds to popular music, the twerkout brings an internet craze into the gym.
It can be tough for anyone to lose weight -- especially someone who works with food for a living. But a group of big names on the local restaurant scene say they are up for the challenge.
There is a gender gap at the gym -- a great divide of sorts. The weight room tends to be mostly made up of men, while exercise classes are dominated by women.
Busy people can now check one excuse off the "why I can't exercise list." Having time is no longer an issue.
The secret to getting toned arms is to not focus on arm-specific exercises.
Traveling can wreck havoc on your diet and fitness goals. Here are some tips so you pack in the fun without packing on the pounds.
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