All workout and no play? That's no way to build an effective exercise habit. Here are just a few ways to mix up your routine and reinvigorate your approach to fitness.
Nearly 50 years ago, a Japanese scientist invented a workout that could be done anywhere and challenge even the best athletes in less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee.
In Part II of our mobility series, Mike Collette, owner and trainer at CrossFit Prototype, shares his post-workout cool down routine that be done in a couple of minutes and will pay dividends for days to come.
In Part I of our mobility series, Mike Collete, owner and trainer at CrossFit Prototype, designed this go-to warmup routine to prep for anything from running, hiking, biking, climbing, or a workout in the gym. You’ll remember it as the best 5-10 minutes of your workout when you’re still able to do what you love 20 years from now.
There's a Spartan appeal to choosing the trail over the treadmill and utilizing everyday objects as exercise machines. With that in mind, we asked Myles Man Tom Hamdani, co-owner and coach at CrossFit Alinea, to design this full-body workout, which can be done anywhere there's a bench or ledge.
As we hold out hope for just one powder day in Northern California, we asked Myles Man Tom Hamdani of CrossFit Alinea to design a 15-minute, full-body workout that would keep you in shape for the slopes.
Mix a few podcasts into your favorite workout playlist and suddenly you’re multitasking while you sweat. Here are some of our favorite shows—great for catching up on the day’s news, delving into a new subject, or simply zoning out to a great story during long runs.