Whether you have a good excuse like a pulled hammy or you’ve just been too busy with work and friends to slip on your running shoes, it’s never easy to get back into working out. To keep yourself from over or under-doing it, be sure to avoid these common mistakes. You’re trying to jump back into healthy habits, not making up for lost time.
If you’re trying to drop pounds and are new to the whole exercise scene, you need a plan you’ll actually stick to. Check out this well-balanced schedule to be sure you’re making the most of your weekly workouts.
For an active yoga practice that brings the heat, this step-by-step sequence will fit the bill for a beginner yogi.
Yoga may be blissful, but it isn’t cheap! Starting your new (affordable) yoga addiction is only a few clicks away.
If you’re not hydrating, you’re cheating yourself and your runs. Follow these 7 rules for hydration for both long and short runs.
These 15 beginner running tips will help you start strong and stick with it. You’ll want to start out slow, set realistic goals, and before you know it, you’ll be able to run a full thirty minutes without stopping.
New to the treadmill? Make sure you’re doing it right with these tips.
Elliptical trainers are superversatile. Learn how to make this machine work for you with this short tutorial.
From toning your core to speeding up your metabolism, there are several reasons why you should consider swimming your new go-to. Grab a suit and find out the 10 reasons why you should start swimming!
In a month from now, you could swim a mile. Yes, one full mile. Swim your way to the best shape of your life by following this plan.
Want to start a strength-training routine but don’t know where to begin? We’ve got you covered with these 6 beginner strength-training moves.
Physio ball, exercise ball, stability ball, fitness ball — whatever you want to call it, you need it. Here’s a guide to help you find the right ball for your size and height.
While this move is commonly done on a weight bench, adding a stability ball not only engages your upper body but your butt and hamstrings, too.
Gym membership is too pricey? Woke up too late for yoga? Cold? Rainy? Snowy? No excuse! You can still get in a good workout at home.
Your cooldown is crucial for both mental health and muscle strengthening.