Fall is the best time to be fit. Sure, it may not be sunny and 75 every day, but the crisp breeze and lower humidity make it a lot more conducive to workouts than those scorching summer months.
If you're looking to build crop top worthy abs, these five exercises to tone and define your core will get you on you way to owning the look!
Ah yes, the freshman 15, bane of a collegiette's existence. Freshmen everywhere consider the potential for gaining weight in college, some even think it's inevitable. But it's not!
ShapeU and MissMotivational have your back with some syllabus-week hacks and fool-proof tips for staying fit, even with the parties!
With only a few weekends left to hit the beach before assignments pick up, work resumes its year-round chaos, and summer comes to an official end, cramming in some last-minute, sun-filled bliss is definitely a must.
Who wouldn't love the chance to try new workouts and mix up their fitness routine? What about if you could find an amazing outdoor workout geared towards summertime fitness in your area? Oh, and did I mention it's free?
One of the best ways to be active during the summer is to get out and take a hike...literally!
For those of us who are busy working, taking classes, interning, or just trying to save some cash, perhaps a vacation from your usual, go-to workout regimen is exactly what you need. And aerial yoga is a great place to start!
The "Fit or Flop" star weighs in on all our burning questions.
Don't let those infomercials fool you! A lot of the promises made by fancy fitness product lines are actually easy to accomplish without spending a ton of money!
While some aspects of our health are well discussed among friends - periods, sex, our spin class that completely kicked our butt - others may be neglected, but that doesn't mean we never have questions about them.
It seems as though most girls are afraid of getting too bulky, looking too manly, and not achieving the feminine physique they desire, so instead of resistance training they opt for some form of cardio and call it a day.
Who doesn't embrace the idea of changing your body for the better? The chance to get healthier, get in better shape, and just feel better overall is definitely an enticing result of working out at home or hitting the gym, so why is it sometimes so damn difficult to actually bring ourselves to "just do it?"