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Run Faster On Any Terrain
An incline instantly turns up the intensity, which strengthens muscles and improves running economy.
How to ramp it up >>
Sit Too Much? Try This Exercise
Glutes and hamstrings are activated whenever you stand, walk or run, but most people spend a lot of time seated in the car or at a desk.
See how it's done >>
The Warmup Move That Pounds Your Core
Blast your midsection and increase your flexibility with this all-new version of the inchworm.
Simple but effective >>
8 Ways To Stop Being Bored At The Gym
It is hard to consistently stay motivated when your life gets busy, so try a different approach.
Spruce up your routine >>
Pick The Perfect Workout Partner
Getting verbal encouragement from your gym buddies might actually backfire on you.
What to look for >>
The Slo-Mo Move For Fast-Track Abs
Take a page from Rocky Balboa's training plan and score a six pack in no time.
See how it's done >>
5 Things Not True About Counting Calories
You can undermine your workout efforts by taking the wrong approach to eating.
Carb controversy >>
In Pursuit Of The 'Coregasm'
We investigate the existence of the mysterious coregasm
Coregasm: fact or fiction?>>
3 Lightning-Fast New Workouts
The majority of gains from exercise come in the first 20 to 30 minutes, and at the right intensity, they come within the first 10.
How to do them >>
5 Reasons To Bike To Work Tomorrow
One of them actually relates to a sexual benefit.
Learn the science >>
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