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5 crucial exercise lessons I learned when I cut my body fat nearly in half in 6 months without losing my muscle
There are a few things you need to know if you want to maintain your muscle while losing fat, not least that weight training is essential.
People with cancer responded better to a promising new treatment if they had more muscle mass.
Lifting too much weight too often can actually make you weaker and more susceptible to injury. Here's what you should know.
These compact dumbbells can adjust from 5 pounds to 50 pounds with just the turn of a dial — they help me get a great workout in at home
Looking for an at-home workout that would fit my tiny NYC apartment, I gave the cult-favorite but expensive $300 Bowflex Adjustable Dumbbells a try.
To help you reach your fitness goals in 2019, we rounded up the best shoes for specific workouts, including running, cross training, and cycling.
This is the one type of exercise that will help you build muscle fastest, according to YouTube fitness stars The Lean Machines
While it can be tempting to isolate the muscle groups you're most self-conscious about, it's by working as many muscles at once that will see you make significant results quickly, YouTube fitness stars The Lean Machines say.
We ranked exercises like running, ice skating, swimming, and spinning by how many calories a 160-pound and 200-pound person would burn in an hour. But the best exercise is probably the one you like enough to do regularly.
There's a lot of misleading advice about fitness and exercise out there. Here's what we know about the real best ways to get fit, according to science.
Short, intense workouts that are becoming wildly popular may help build muscle better than traditional exercise
A recent study by the American Council on Exercise found that that it's possible to apply the high-intensity interval approach to strength training and weight lifting. If you want to get stronger, short intense workouts could be the fastest way to do so.
Whether you want to lose weight, combat anxiety and depression, improve memory, build endurance, strengthen bones and muscles, or much more, exercise can help. But depending on your goals, some types of exercise work better than others.