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Think you've heard it all when it comes to exercise? Wait until you see what some of the country's most innovative gyms have up their sleeves to make you sweat.
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Want to get fit without the hefty gym prices or epic commitment? Fitmob's bringing fun, community workouts straight to your neighborhood.
Equinox Made Me Do It
Historically, gyms have advertised working out strictly as a way for people to lose weight and chase an “ideal” standard of beauty. Equinox’s new ad campaign promises a life of self-confidence and adventure (and maybe an arrest or two). Is a change underway in how we conceptualize fitness?
Working out is great and all for making us look and feel good, amongst a host of physical and mental benefits. But exercising day in and day out can have some super annoying consequences.
It’s a terrific conditioning workout, but taking that first step into a kickboxing class can be intimidating. From diet to mindset, here’s how to prepare before throwing that first punch.
GUEST POST: The President of Downsize Fitness, the world's first overweight-only gym, shares his top three reasons why these kinds of "exclusive" gyms are necessary for the health and wellbeing of overweight individuals.

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Most gyms have a basic code of conduct— but what about the rules that go unsaid? It’s time we review the most important dos and don’ts at the gym.

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Think you've heard it all when it comes to exercise? Wait until you see what some of the country's most innovative gyms have up their sleeves to make you sweat.

Greatist is hitting the training room floor to talk to some of the most influential gym owners in the game. Read on to hear from Eric Cressey on what his training facility is all about.

Get the most out of every minute with this quick but intense jump rope workout. Bonus: This 10-minute routine is perfect for the gym, home, or on-the-go.

GUEST POST: From Nia Shanks, here's a straightforward solution to achieving health and fitness goals: Concentrate on making every workout a little better than the last.

Weightlifting belts can help prevent lower back injury, but they're not always necessary. In some cases they may even increase the risk of injury. Get the facts before accessorizing.

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