Dumbbells collecting dust? Put them to work with these effective exercises.
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Join Al and many more in walking towards better health! Find how to join, get exercises, tips, a playlist and more.
It's not just sweater weather — it's the perfect time to lace up those sneakers and walk!
Roker has hit 10,000 steps a day for more than seven months straight. Here's how he "gets it done."
“One mile a day can make a difference," said Christie Pham, who says she feels like a new person after completing a 100-day walking challenge.
Master the MoveSee All
Like having a personal trainer in your pocket! Learn how to perform common exercises properly to tone your muscles and avoid injury.
All of the benefits of a plank are dependent on your form. Here’s what you need to know in order to strengthen your core.
The donkey kick will work your entire backside, from shoulders to hamstrings.
If tight hips cause you pain or discomfort, adding this stretch to your routine can provide some relief.
Mountain climbers are a great way to get your heart rate up without putting stress on the joints.
Target your obliques and strengthen your core with a side plank.
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Stephanie Mansour, personal trainer and weight-loss coach address some of the most common questions and roadblocks that trip people up on their journey to establish a health and fitness routine.
Yes, mowing the lawn or doing housework can serve as your workout — but only if it's done at "moderate intensity."
Mild to moderate soreness after a workout is normal. Here are the signs that it may be cause for concern.
Yes, walking counts as exercise. Here’s how to get the most out of it.
Should you hit snooze or lace up your sneakers? It depends.
If you're ready to get up and move but have no idea where to start, this workout is for you!
Who's ready to walk? This one month plan will help you shed unwanted pounds while providing a much-needed mental break.
Sculpt your lower body by adding these simple moves to your routine a few times a week.
Fitness ReviewsSee All
Looking for a new workout? Curious about a fitness trend? The TODAY team tests programs, equipment and classes to help you choose your next exercise!
The suit costs $2,400 and has a 55,000-person waitlist — and yes, it's worth it.
Using resistance bands, gliders and light weights, I activated muscles I didn't even know I had.
Barry's X brings the studio's signature HIIT workout to you — and it's just as hard as an in-person class.
The Class by Taryn Toomey has a devoted following, but is it worth the hype?