Why not just blast all of those trouble spots together in one fell swoop?
These booty-boosting exercises will whip your muscles back into shape.
Here are three fun, total body exercises to try.
Turns out, mom was right: Good posture is important.
The weather may be getting cooler, but don't use that as an excuse to cover up flabby arms with long sleeves!
Did you know that a simple bran muffin could set you back almost 700 calories?
Jumping, skipping, and hopping exercises add fun and calorie-burning to any workout.
With just 16 weeks left until the start of 2016, we're kicking off a special series to help a few lucky TODAY viewers get in shape by the new year!
Don't have time to exercise? Try this: It'll hit all your target areas in one go.
Fat-burning exercise routines don't have to take hours of work and acres of space, contrary to popular belief.
Doing the same workout every day isn't effective. Try these moves to switch things up.
I've got the key(s) to your best legs ever.
Work on your built-in "girdle" by strengthening and tightening your core.
On days when you don't have time to get to the gym or outdoors for a run, I recommend trying this short cardio challenge in your own home.
It's not too late to get your arms in shape for summer tank-tops — if you start today.
Try one of these high-protein, fat-burning, grab-and-go snack ideas to keep your metabolism going all day long.
Walking, combined with a few challenges and a determined attitude, can turn into a real, effective workout.
So, you only have 10 minutes? That's plenty of time to get in shape.
Since 80 percent of all adults will experience back pain at some point in their lives, the odds aren't really in your favor. Here are my tips.
A strong core helps you in just about every activity you do during the day.
Get rid of flab with these three firming and toning moves.
If you'd rather walk across a bed of hot coals than do push-ups, you're in good company. Here are a few substitutes to try.
Good news: You don't have to give up all the foods you love in order to lose weight.
Change up your routine with these moves to tone up as the weather warms up.
Whether you're new to working out or are a seasoned pro, you can benefit from adding a resistance band to your fitness routine.
One-legged moves add a whole different dimension to your workouts.
To tone up for spring, Jenna Wolfe put together three moves that incorporate many different muscle groups to get the most out of your time.
Try this fun, challenging outdoor workout, which requires no equipment at all.
Starting an exercise program is hard enough, but sticking to it is even harder.
A long run and tons of crunches at the gym aren't necessarily the best (or most exciting) way to burn calories and work your abs.
Warming up before your workout gets blood flowing to the muscles and primes your nervous system for whatever activity you're about to do.
In a pinch, these moves can also be done as a quickie workout when you don't have time to get to the gym.
If you start doing these easy moves now, you can have toned, defined shoulders by the time you pull those tank tops out of storage!
Do your workout first thing in the morning and you won't have to worry about getting to the gym after work.