Press "Enter" to Search
Fans of at-home band workouts might find it hard to resist the Disq.
The term "knockout" has multiple meanings for Mia Kang—who's about to make her professional debut in Muay Thai.
Stronger libido and better orgasms? Yes, please—here's how.
305 Fitness founder Sadie Kurzban explains how to get way more out of your booty shaking and shimmying.
The sweat is real but the view from the seat of this spin bike? Totally virtual.
Tips to find bliss via sweat sessions, from the creator of Spiritual Athlete and trainer to one Gisele (yes, that one).
A marker of our moment: Women are creating spaces to support each other personally and professionally—and yes, there's yoga involved.
Think of it as chaturangas with cheeky references to religious tradition and a Big Easy soundtrack, courtesy of Laughing Lotus' founder.
From ClassPass to Gilt City, here's what you need to know about nabbing a (discounted) mat spot.
From running to boxing to barre, these moves will help you release tension and avoid injury.
Strong, healthy women, rise up.
These groundbreaking studies could help make your sweat sessions super-effective—and efficient.
The buzzy new concept—with Sylvestor Stallone on board as an investor— is knocking out common myths about the sport-turned-boutique fitness favorite.
New year, new workout spot?
The former Flywheel superstar will be joining Cyc as creative director starting in February.
Thyroid Yoga lives up to its name, taking a holistic approach to stimulating the hormonal gland.
The star yogi explains why repetitive behaviors—like consistently making the faster, convenient choice over the healthy one—are a sign that something's off.
Inspired by the reaction to its Plus Size Pilates workshop, this NYC studio designed a simple sequence appropriate for all fitness levels—and shapes.
See genius ways to make healthy eating easier—from tips to make veggie prep faster, to recipes that require fewer than five ingredients.
ZenRez offers nightly deals on next-day boutique fitness classes, using a model that's well-established in the travel world—and now the San Francisco startup is going national.
Also subscribe me to these editions: