Work Out With a Friend
Are you getting bored exercising alone? Staying active with a friend is fun and motivating. Before your next workout, grab a partner and break a sweat with one of these 10 activities.
Grab a buddy and head outdoors with these six exercises to build strength and boost motivation.
Stretching is the key to injury prevention. Try out these stretches with your training buddy or partner to reach your top performance.
Cupid has long been an honorary member of health clubs everywhere. So it shouldn't come as any surprise that those hit by his arrow would find great compatibility working out together.
Motivation is the key reason to ride with others. When you know someone else is going to meet you at a specific time, you are more willing to get up and be there.
Group ride etiquette is essential whether you're training with the team or on a leisurely ride with friends. Employ these 10 rules to make your next outing more about riding than surviving.
One of the best things about running, if not the best, is running with a friend. Runner's World's Gail Kislevitz has eight reasons why.
Sometimes runners get hooked on the same running routine. If your workouts have a distinct sameness about them and the thrill is gone, you need a dose of variety to get it back.
Do you dread your workouts? Find an activity you really enjoy and you will stick to it and have fun.
You don't have to be an extreme athlete or travel to a remote, bug-filled jungle to participate in an adventure race. Find out how to get started with this guide for beginners.
Nearly 200 miles in 24 hours? No problem when you have 11 other friends to do it with. Check out a Ragnar Relay Race.
What do you get when you combine a scavenger hunt and a 5K? The Great Urban Race--the perfect opportunity to run a race, visit a new city, and have fun competing.