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One editor transformed his sunroom into a workout studio-cum-playroom with this customizable flooring

Three things you should, and two things you should not emulate from your favorite professional runner’s social feed.

Gone are the days of simple lifts with lots of reps. Today's weight training is about complex and integrative strength exercises.

Is it possible to stay in shape at home without spending a fortune? Wes Siler details his gym setup.

Avoid these mistakes and master the complex full-body movement

Five gentle weighted moves to help you progress over time

Every runner’s strength program should include a version of the deadlift. Here’s how to do them safely and effectively.

7 kettlebell exercises to up your strength and conditioning

I originally hired Andrea to help me do push-ups. In the end, we both got a lot more than we bargained for.

The optimal number of sets in the weight room depends on whether you want to get big or strong

It's not just running. Two new studies confirm that weightlifting provides a similar boost to mental health.

You don't have to lift less as you get older—you just have to make a few adjustments to your training

A comprehensive research review finds that "neuromuscular" gains boost your speed and efficiency

They're painful but also magical, relieving the post-workout soreness that afflicts so many athletes. But do they really aid recovery? Increasingly, the evidence says no.

Becoming a dad lowers testosterone, but that doesn't mean your athleticism has to suffer.

Turns out you'll start to see and feel results from a new workout routine very quickly—sometimes after just one session.

We’ve tackled this topic before, but new research suggests that it’s time to revisit the age-old question: If you’re going to do both, should you lift before running? Or run before lifting? Back in 2012, we reported that a short, moderate-intensity cardio workout before weight training…

The science around strength training has changed in the last decade. You’re older, stronger, and hopefully, smarter now. Don’t make the same mistakes you made in your high school weight room.