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FitnessU: Stretching it

Rate this article and enter to winStretching: It’s an important part of any fitness routine, research shows. Obvs, you might think. But really, it’s important to take stretching (before and after a workout) seriously....
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A no-sweat guide to the most popular workouts

Rate this article and enter to winThe benefits of exercise are boundless, even if your capacity to actually fit a workout into your schedule has limits. But carving out a balance between the gym...

Find your drive to exercise: Take the quiz

Rate this article and enter to winStruggling to start strength training or maintain the cardio combat class?Our quiz helps you figure out how to maximize your workout motivation.You’ve been inactive for a year and...
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Ask the trainer: How can I improve my endurance?

“How can I improve my endurance?”—Amber, Bronxville, New YorkEndurance, or the body’s ability to withstand physical stress over a long period of time, is a key component of overall health and wellness. If you...
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Zombies, Run! by Six to Start

Why we love itPractice surviving the zombie apocalypse and get fit at the same time? Yes, please. The Zombies, Run! app is great at getting people moving.The app works like this: You’re one of...
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Strava Running and Cycling GPS by Strava Inc.

Why we love it:Social support is crucial to success in forming new habits, and that’s what Strava is all about: social fitness. With this app, GPS track your runs and bike rides. Then you...
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Run for your life (literally): You gave us 7 ways fitness fixes (almost) everything

Rate this article and enter to win01. CreativityArtistic expression and creativity02. Emotional fixI wouldn’t be exaggerating to say it has saved my life03. SurvivalRule #1 of the zombie apocalypse: cardio04. OpportunitiesA soccer scholarship05. Physical...
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Running Intervals

%CODE1%DirectionsWalk for one minute, jog for the next minute, and sprint for the final minute. Repeat the interval over 20 to 30 minutes total.–Maddie B., Durham, North Carolina