WASHINGTON — It’s the prime time of year for the common cold. And a fair number of people who have likely been going through days of tissues and chicken soup are probably going a little…
There\’s no need for a gym membership when you live in the nation\’s capital. Get in a monumental workout outside.
Tips for getting the most out of your time and workout.
The food you eat within the first few minutes after finishing a workout is one of the most important parts of training.
A lot of us make resolutions around exercise that we have a hard time keeping, but there are ways to get back on track.
January is gone, and this time of year is about the time when good intentions and New Year\’s resolutions go sideways. Stay on track with this 45 minute workout.
From time spent working out, to the location at which you exercise, there are numerous myths surrounding fitness exercises and routines.
Lisa Reed, certified personal trainer and owner of Lisa Reed Fitness, sets the record straight.
You can get through the holidays without feeling like an overstuffed turkey with these tips and a post-Thanksgiving workout.
Let\’s not hide the fact that most people, guy or girl, want a great butt. Everyone can build something they\’re proud of.
Take advantage of the season with these healthy foods and leg-focused exercises.
High heels, kitten heels and platform heels. No matter the shape, heels are a common item in many wardrobes.
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.