Perhaps best described as catharsis through calisthenics, “The Class by Taryn Toomey” is like nothing I’ve ever tried before.
Is the fitness technology as good as it looks in Equinox’s Pursuit indoor cycling classes? A review of the ride and the tech.
I worked out at Orangetheory Fitness for a month to see if it would make me faster, stronger and fitter.
I laced up my runners every day in May for Workout to Conquer Cancer. Thanks to generous donations, I raised $1,040!
I loved feeling my muscles being challenged in a new way. BONUS: Post includes podcast about the effectiveness of barre training with exercise physiologist Pete McCall.
As a fitness instructor, I’ve only heard good things about Orangetheory Fitness from my industry friends who take classes or teach them. So when I received an invitation to try a class for media folks and fitness bloggers, I was eager to accept.
The Terra-Core isn’t the only balance training device on the market. But it’s the best one I’ve tried. My reasoning? It’s more…
People still read fitness books! Here’s one that stands the test of time.
The Halo Trainer is a handy apparatus you can use with a stability ball, with other equipment like a BOSU ball or even on its own.
Many of the exercises come with a video option, allowing you to watch the exercise in action. I noticed all the models are totally cut shirtless dudes. I like this app.
At 15 inches in diameter, the Ugi ball is bigger than a med ball and more versatile, too, because of its squish factor.
Got a set of dumbbells, a willingness to exercise out of your comfort zone and, oh, a DVD player? Then this workout is for you.
When I first saw the Lebert Equalizers, I thought they were just for guys. But when I dragged these bars into one of my circuit classes at an all-women’s club…