Looking to lose weight or build muscle? A great way to learn how to do that is to check out a handful of other peoples’ weightlifting mistakes and gym fails.
Whether you’re a jogger who’s looking to keep a steady pace from a hoard of zombies or lose that spare tire, this is all the gear you need.
Dr. Geoffrey Thor Desmoulin, former co-host of Deadliest Warrior, schools us on the proper way to execute a headbutt.
Foam rollers aren’t the most comfortable or pleasant exercise tool to use, but they can help with recovery and mobility following a tough workout.
Recumbent bikes and elliptical trainers don’t have to take up prime real estate. In fact, we found ones that’ll work in just about any apartment.
Okay, we’re only half kidding. Ping-pong — er, we mean table tennis — actually requires both strength and stamina. We’ll tell you how to get it.
Do you need a gym to get a good workout in? No, not at all. But owning some equipment can make your at-home training sessions more effective.
These exercises and tips will help you dominate if you ever find yourself locked into an arm-wrestling match.
Biking or walking to work can help improve mental and overall well-being, according to a new study. In other words, quit being so lazy.
If you eat healthy and do this workout program three times per week, you won’t need to worry about your gut and moobs when you hit the beach this summer.