Quick, short bursts of energy to torch calories and burn fat.
Tired of basic weightlifting to build muscle? You might want to try a kettlebell workout.
Sprinting is hard. It's also insanely effective.
Sick of the tedious treadmill? Banish boredom with these fun cardio workout alternatives.
These five basic exercises are the pillars of strength training and bodyweight workouts.
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Crank out easy ab exercises before you head to sleep to keep yourself accountable with an ab routine that will sculpt and tone your core in no time.
Sculpt and tone up your butt by performing hip extensions that target different angles of your backside. No equipment is needed for this targeted toning.
Strengthen your external obliques with these simple exercises.
Shoulder exercises are an important part of any strength-training routine, but it’s equally important to move with caution, as the shoulder is one of the most mobile, and therefore unstable, joints in the body. Signup & Get Early Bird Access To Our Personal Training App The clavicle, collarbone, and shoulder blade all come together at the shoulder. The arm is connected to the body via the shoulder socket, forming an unstable ball-and-socket joint. With increased mobility comes more room for injury, simply because you can move it in many more directions. The solution is not to avoid shoulder movements while exercising, as weak ... Read more
Work your core from every angle with this week-long plank challenge that will tone, strengthen, and sculpt your middle with a variety of dynamic moves.
The name of the game for exercise is efficiency. Boot camp exercises check off the box for efficiency because they usually require minimal, if any, equipment and can be done anywhere.
Are you looking for an all-in-one, full-body workout routine that utilizes circuit training? Look no further. This 45-minute total body workout burns fat and has you continually moving for the entire session. Signup & Get Early Bird Access To Our Personal Training App To complete the workout, set up your equipment, set your timer, and run through the circuit as many times as you can in 45 minutes. The circuit consists of eight moves that target your entire body, building strength, increasing your muscular endurance, improving cardio, and burning fat and calories. Remember to stay hydrated and consult your physician before beginning any ... Read more
Want to stay fit, but don’t have a lot of time? Jumping rope is fun, easy and incredibly efficient for getting a high intensity interval training (HIIT) workout in your day. Signup & Get Early Bird Access To Our Personal Training App Try this 20-minute routine to get your heart rate going in a pinch.