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Stay Motivated

  • How and Why to Keep a Training Log

    A training log helps you organize and save information about your exercise routine so you can work toward your important goals.

  • Putting the 'Fun' Back Into Fitness

    Start thinking of fitness as fun. If it's something you want to do, then you'll figure out ways to find time for it.

  • Interval Training Can Spice Up a Workout

    Interval training alternates short bursts of intense activity with periods of "active recovery," which means more moderate forms of that same activity.

  • Getting Back on the Workout Wagon

    For many of us, getting regular exercise is challenging enough. But it can be even tougher when you've taken off a month or more.

  • Your Personal Rx for Exercise Success

    Like your signature, the exercise routine you prefer is individual. If you’re outgoing, for example, working out in a group situation could be what keeps you coming back for more. A more reserved person, however, might do better exercising solo.

  • Rev Up Your Walking Workout

    To make walking something you can look forward to each day, add the ingredients that appeal to you personally.

  • You Can Be Your Own Fitness Coach

    If you don’t have the time or money to meet with a trainer, just hire yourself to get the job done.

  • Fitness Goals Provide Motivation

    Whether you want to run a marathon or just start exercising regularly, having a goal is an important tool.