Monday, December 17, 2018
Years ago, when I first joined Men’s Fitness as a staff writer, part of my role was to review new fitness classes. Every issue I was the mag’s group training guinea pig, and over one three-month period I...
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) describes any workout that alternates between intense bursts of activity and fixed periods of less-intense activity or even complete rest. A common example would be sprinting for 30 seconds then resting for 30 seconds...

How To Train For A Triathlon

Marathons? Everyone in the office has done one. Tough Mudder? They don’t even give you a timing chip. For anyone in search of a serious test, a triathlon is your go-to. It won’t just test your endurance and...
Training with kettlebells can be an excellent way to boost both your strength and cardio fitness (just check out this kettlebell workout guide) and, like dumbbells, they’re small enough and affordable enough for you get for home use....
Stepping on the scale is traditionally a fairly simple affair. You step on, rub your eyes in disbelief at the number given, and step off already mentally knocking a couple of kilos off the weight shown for reasons...
Well done. Joining a gym is undoubtedly a positive move if you want to improve your health and fitness – the facilities, equipment and classes available will open up your exercise regime to a vast range of possibilities. However,...
Face flushed? Out of breath? Feeling all tingly and satisfied? Whether you’ve had a good session in the gym or the bedroom, your body’s reaction is the same. This is because sex and exercise are inextricably linked: the...
A heart-pumping session on the cross-trainer can help to work your body in more ways than one. Combined with other methods of cardio such as walking, the cross trainer provides a great workout for beginners looking to get...
We humans rose to the top of the food chain because our big brains helped us out-smart both predators and prey. Stands to reason, right? But it might actually be our heart, lungs and legs that allowed our...
Could you hit the gym twice a day? The truth is, you probably could. People do two-a-days all the time. Busy commuters cycle to and from work. Body builders split their daily weightlifting routine into two smaller workouts....
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