When you live in a small space, you have to carefully consider each item you bring into your home. That process becomes even more important when it comes to creating a home gym.
Athletes, celebrities, tech billionaires: these are the people you expect to splurge on home gyms, but the truth is you don’t need a thousand-dollar treadmill or a bulky weight rack to get a great workout. Most folks with a regular 9-to-5 gig can afford a home gym if they choose the right equipment. Here are five budget-friendly items to help you get started.
With a new year mere weeks away, people are starting to consider fitness resolutions. Fitness bookings may drop off with holiday revelry and travel in December, but they surge come January 1.
The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show serves up a major dose of fitness inspiration each year, raising the question: how do the "Angels" train for the runway?
Navy SEALs have a famously difficult selection process. To qualify for consideration, a candidate must be able to complete a reported 20 pull-ups, more than 100 push-ups in two minutes, and a 500-yard swim in under nine minutes. That’s before he endures Hell Week, which can earn him a spot in Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training, known as BUD/S. BUD/S lasts another six months, and only one in five students makes it through the course to become a SEAL.