There’s a few reasons people suggest you don’t skip leg day (including to avoid becoming a meme). From a simple walk to intense cardio sessions and endurance events, most of us rely on our legs for various everyday tasks and more demanding physical activities. To make sure your lower body is primed for any challenge, try this month’s workout.
Improve strength and stability with this month’s workout. Practically guaranteed to make you superhero strong — or, at the very least, enable you to open up that jar of cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving dinner. The purpose of this double-dipper workout is to help you increase performance in both sports and everyday activities, as well as improve your posture and reduce the risk of injury.
This month’s workout is meant for all of you ghouls and goblins who give in to the sugary temptation that comes with Halloween. It’s made up of two bags of tricks (full body exercise circuits) followed by a treat (active recovery), and while it’s not nearly as fun as stuffing your face with your kid’s tiny candy bars, you’ll be happy you did it in the days leading up to All Hallow’s Eve.
Everyone moves, but not everyone moves with ease. Through yoga, students of all levels can gain flexibility, improve balance, and increase strength. This sequence was specifically designed to open the hips, hamstrings, and heart and honor the body with classic transitions and clean lines.
Never boring, never easy, always challenging — that’s what you get with a TRX workout. Utilized by some of the fittest people on the planet (including pro athletes and members of the military) because of its versatility, the TRX gives you the ability to seamlessly incorporate lower, upper, and core muscles for total body workouts with unparalleled benefits.