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rolled yoga mats
By Pilar Gerasimo
Discover a quick, simple technique that will keep your mat cleaner and in better shape.
A group of people in a fitness class doing squats with dumbbells.
By Chrissy Zmijewski
Are small, pulsing exercises or large, deep movements better for my muscles?
A Life Time personal trainer working on an iPad with a client.
By Eric Butterman
We asked some top PTs what they wish more of their clients would do in the name of great fitness outcomes. Here’s what they said.
person riding a bike on a country road
By Kara Douglass Thom
Road riding is a great outdoor fitness activity. But it requires some cycling savvy – and some basic safety smarts.
a man performs the butterfly stroke in a pool
By Kara Douglass Thom
Increasing your stroke cycle can make you speedy. But lengthening your stroke may be the most important key to competitive success.
a man performs a split squat while a personal trainer watches
By Nicole Radziszewski
Built around full-body primal movements, this challenging workout maximizes strength, burns fat, and amplifies athleticism.
An illustration of a woman doing a Bulgarian split squat.
By Jennifer Blake
Sprint faster. Jump higher. Prevent injury. Avoid back pain. With a strong set of glutes behind you, you can do it all.
Woman doing a bicep curl.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Instead of biceps curls, rows or pull-ups might be the way to go.
Illustration of a woman doing a lunge with high guard.
By Yael Grauer
Here’s how to build the strength and mobility you need — while warding off injuries that could put a crimp in your golf game.
underwater image of person marching
By Yael Grauer
Exercise in a swimming pool and use the water’s resistance to build strength and power — or its buoyancy to recover from injury.
A man resting from running outside while listening to music.
By Experience Life Staff
Researchers explain why listening to music can help us work out longer and harder.
a woman performs a golfer's pick-up
By Yael Grauer
New to the fitness scene, or a stranger to the gym for a while now? Try this body-weight circuit workout, and prepare to build strength, confidence and coordination — fast.
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