Short on time? No problem. Circuits are a great way to cram your strength training and cardio into one highly effective workout.
If this summer’s backyard cookouts and rooftop happy hours had you packing on the pounds, there’s time to get back into a workout routine this fall before the holiday rush of parties and indulgent dinners sneak up on us.
This fitness expert will get your heart racing in more ways than one.
It has often been perceived that women are constantly fixated on their diets. Now, a growing number of men have become obsessed with “bulking up.” The new trend has been called “bigorexia” and it could come with some serious health consequences.
Celebrity fitness trainer Karim Ramos showed us for a Fit Minute. He showed us partner squats, partner push-ups and the “half burpee.”
Bianca Jade is a fitness trend expert and the founder of MizzFit.com. She joined us on The Couch to show us how to get a super calorie burn with a weighted jump rope.
Many see limited time as a challenge to getting in the best workout possible. Kelvin Gary, the owner of Body Space Fitness, joined The Couch for the Fit Minute to show us how to combine cardio and resistance moves into one.
Sree Sreenivasan, tech expert from our partner network CNET and Columbia University’s chief digital officer, has a list of apps to help get you moving.
Levi James, aka Mister Abs, returns to The Couch to show us two exercises to work the core: Advanced knee drives and “triple taps.”
Celebrity fitness expert Lisa Lynn demonstrates how to do side core raises.
Susan Rappaport is a fitness trainer and the founder of Nu Yu Revolution (233 West 99th Street). She showed us some great workout moves using everyday items.
Tom Babyak is the owner of Strive Fitness in New Jersey, which he calls the “anti-gym.” By focusing on metabolic weight loss, Babyak says his clients see results in less than a month.
Plan on indulging in hot dogs, hamburgers and baked beans today? Before heading off to the holiday cookout, check out our Fit Minute. Mister Abs, Levi James, is back on The Couch to show us some moves to tone our core.
According to Brides.com, 80 percent of soon-to-be brides will change their exercise habits before the big day. Celebrity trainer Mary Ann Browning visited The Couch to show us how to get in shape for the walk down the aisle.
Some parents have been getting their kids to the gym at the youngest ages possible, in an effort to battle obesity before it can ever take hold.