There are countless Self-Help books designed to show people how to navigate through life, taking them from where they are today to where they would like to be one day. But all of those books have the same thing in common; you have to do the work.
When it comes to hitting your workout hard and getting the most bang for your buck, almost nothing is more effective (and efficient) than high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
Bestselling author and speaker Tim Ferriss is known for saying, "Win the morning, win the day." These five tips will help you win your morning by motivating you to exercise—one of the most consistently evidence-based ways to jump-start your day.
Box jumps are a fantastic plyometric exercise that help build strength, stamina, agility, balance, and coordination. But as "simple" as they are to do, there's something a little...intimidating about them, and they're actually a bit more complex than what meets the eye.
Cold rainy weather doesn’t have to drown your outdoor workout plans. Investing in a handful of waterproof must-haves can keep your training on track when fall weather turns foul. Before you head out into the rain, assess what you typically carry when you exercise outside. You’ll want to choose gear that fits you and your accessories.
Working with a personal trainer can seem like a big commitment of money, time, and energy. But for a lot of people, it's definitely worth the investment. Wondering if you could be one of those people?
The Stability Ball is one of my favorites! It allows you to keep your abs engaged and work muscles you never knew you had.
Stress. Just that word is enough to make you want to reach for the ice cream, right!? We all know stress is bad for us, and we also know we should try to minimize it in our lives. But do you know how?
We know that regular exercise is fantastic for our bodies, with benefits including growth, strengthening, cardiovascular and respiratory fitness, and postural alignment. We also know that it’s beneficial for our minds through endorphins. Now a study has found out that exercise may actually help your brain grow too!