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It doesn't matter if you do one workout a week or one workout a day - if you exercise at all, follow these 10 essential rules in order to get strong and lose weight effectively, prevent injury, and love working out enough to stick with it. 1. Show More Summary
While it's almost a guarantee that you'll leave a yoga class feeling calmer than when you arrived, a consistent practice can also give you an insanely chiseled body. Here are three must-do poses if you want that do double duty by toning the arms and core. Quarter Dog Begin on your hands and knees. Show More Summary
Boxing is great for the body and the mind - we're talking stress relief here! Christa DiPaolo, creator of The Cut by Equinox, will lead you through a 30-minute workout that mixes high-intensity conditioning, boxing, kickboxing, and body-weight strength-training moves - that all focus on the core. Show More Summary
Simone Manuel made history in Rio by becoming the first African-American female swimmer to win an individual Olympic gold medal. Watch on to learn more about her record-breaking race!
At only age 19, swimmer Katie Ledecky has won gold again in the 800-meter freestyle. Her finishing time: 8:04.79. And this year, she finished 11.38 before the silver medal winner, Jazz Carlin of Britain, touched the wall. She was about...Show More Summary
Let's get to know one of the newest Olympic gold medalists, Madison Kocian from Dallas. Madison loves gymnastics, baseball, America, and we can only assume apple pie and all things that are good about this country. Related Stories: Meet...Show More Summary
In today's news about superhumans of the world, Ethiopia's own Almaz Ayana - who we can only assume eats Olympic glory for breakfast and has a bionic body - just won the women's 10,000 meter final. With that, she set a new world record of 29:17.45. Show More Summary
A photo posted by Melissa Arnot (@melissaarnot) on Jul 31, 2016 at 12:38pm PDT Melissa Arnot's body needs a lot of fuel. The professional climber and Eddie Bauer guide made history earlier this year as the first woman to summit Everest without using supplemental oxygen. Show More Summary
Here's a quick fix to hiding your muffin top and finding confidence, from our friends at YourTango. Muffin top getting you down? Here's how to zap It in 5 Minutes! Having a muffin top doesn't help you feel great about yourself, doesShow More Summary
There's a lot of misinformation out there, but dietitian Julie Upton, MS, RD, of Appetite For Health, is here to shed light on seven nutritional myths that could mess with your weight-loss efforts and your health. Olympic athletes maintain a rigorous training schedule in order to perform their best. Show More Summary
A view of the Olympic rings at the beach volleyball stadium on the famous Copacabana Beach. When I got word that I'd be heading to Rio for the Olympics, I had a total "pinch me" moment. Here I was, going to a country that I'd never visited to see an event that had long been on my bucket list. Show More Summary
It's impossible not to flip over USA gymnast Aly Raisman's balance beam skills. Watch to see 60 seconds of gymnastics perfection!
Image Source: Getty / Alex Livesey / Stringer Team USA dominated the gymnastics events once again, with Simone Biles taking the gold and Aly Raisman silver in the individual all-around gymnastics finals at the Rio Olympic Games. Simone...Show More Summary
Knees tend to take the brunt of all of our workouts, right? Unless you're purely doing low-impact exercises and happen to have superstrong legs with wildly flexible IT bands, you've probably experienced knee pain now and then. Related...Show More Summary
If the incredible performances from Team USA in the past few days haven't induced enough tears, here's yet another tearjerker for you, courtesy of Nike. Related Stories: Pint-Sized Powerhouse Simone Biles Is Pegged to Bring Home theShow More Summary
Did you know that trampolining is an actual Olympic sport? That's sure to qualify your favorite childhood activity as a totally legitimate workout. In this episode of Hannahgram, Hannah Bronfman stopped by JumpLife, a trampoline workout studio in NYC, to learn all about how you can incorporate the trampoline into your training routine, even if you're not going for the gold.
In 2007, I reached my 70-pound weight-loss goal and I have managed to keep the majority of it off ever since. Yay for me, right? Before... Not so fast. Losing that amount of weight has certainly been wonderful on many levels. I no longer have to worry about potentially developing obesity-related health problems. Show More Summary
For me, physical activity has always been a means to relax and calm my mind. The primary goal was to finish a yoga class or a hike and feel reconnected with the world around me and with myself. Any physical strength that I gained was just a welcome side effect. Show More Summary
Heading out of beach season and into "my favorite TV show is coming back" season, it's so important to fit in exercise whenever - and wherever - you can. And as it turns out, you can totally get a Pilates workout off the Reformer, whether you're on the couch watching your favorite shows or on the go. Related Stories: So... Show More Summary
When I started making smoothies instead of eating an enormous bowl of cereal for breakfast, it was the change I needed to start losing weight. But one ingredient in particular was the real game changer. Related Stories: Make This Exact Smoothie If You Want to Lose Weight Liquid meals can feel less filling than you need them to be. Show More Summary