at home workouts

How to: Lay on your right side and press up so your forearm anchors you to the floor and raises your upper body. Straighten
"I've tried a lot of techniques and toys, but nothing comes close to the simplicity of using paper plates to bring the reformer class to your hotel room." Or town, should yours not have one.
This Tabata-inspired routine from L.A.-based trainer Astrid Swan features four exercises that you probably won't love. But, they are incredibly effective at burning fat and building cardiovascular strength...so keep that in mind when you remember how much you despise burpees.
Earlier this week celebrity yoga and Pilates instructor Kristin McGee shared two incredibly powerful exercises for amazing abs. Now, she's delivering two new moves that are all about your triceps.
Since this routine doesn't require anything other than your own body it can be done in your living room or bedroom first thing when you wake up in the morning. Start with a quick warm up (two-three minutes of jumping jacks and jogging in place) then tackle the moves below.
There are a LOT of exercise videos online, especially on Youtube, but the ones that made this list are the very best when it comes to teaching you how to exercise at home. These workouts require little to no equipment and are taught by excellent fitness instructors who know their stuff.
Ever wish you could get fit while watching your favorite TV shows? Kim Von Kaenel from Snap Fitness has the secret to doing
If you're like me, getting holed up because of a hurricane -- like Sandy! -- is the ultimate bummer. You can't get to the gym and work out! To ease your burning desire for a burn, here's a workout you can do without leaving your apartment or home.
There's always some sort of physical activity you can be doing, regardless of your housing situation.
By Charlotte Andersen for Shape.com Your body is just as good as any fancy fitness machine. Here's why: For more on fitness
With all the layers of winter gear we're wearing and swimsuit season some four months away, it's hard to stay motivated to
David Kirsch, known for whipping the likes of Heidi Klum and Anne Hathaway into shape, teaches health and fitness host Zelana