The pandemic has helped people find “more affordable” ways to get exercise and live a healthier lifestyle.
Without access to gyms or outdoor social activities some are reverting back to the feel-good childhood days of classic bike riding.
“The first thing you have to do is to forgive yourself and not start on Monday. Start the day that you decide.”
"I'm not working out to have your ideal body type," said the singer.
What better gift is there than the gift of health?
Whether they're jumping rope or perfecting that yoga pose, these celebrities aren't letting coronavirus stop their fitness hustle.
Whether your preference is yoga or HIIT, here are a few options to help you sweat from home without sacrificing style, comfort and function.
In addition to helping us shed some much needed pounds, a workout routine can help ease anxiety related to coping with the pandemic.
Fitness expert and personal trainer Barrington Bennett, Jr., offers strategies on how to prioritize health and wellness while practicing social distancing—and beyond.
During the COVID-19 (coronavirus) global health pandemic, which has made it evident that strong bodies and immune systems could be critical for our survival, this fitness expert says personal training should not be inaccessible to Black women.
When used correctly, this machine can provide a crazy-good, challenging cardio workout.
Rumble trainer Dawson Saint Jour shares tips for anyone who wants to get their body in ‘fighting’ shape for summer.
If you're thinking about joining one, here's what you need to know to make it through to the end.
It’s baby-making time, but how can you best prepare your body for the job?
Put the snacks down, sis.
After overcoming a serious illness, jazz singer Robin Barnes focused on creating a healthier lifestyle for herself and other Black women.
Target's new activewear brand, All In Motion launches online January 17 and in stores on January 24.