Celebrity Fitness

By going “off script,” the actress exposes the billion-dollar diet and fitness industries to questions they'd likely not
On Thursday, July 31, the 43-year-old took to Instagram to share a post-workout photo in which she rocked a pair of short
Totally doable tips to staying slim and fit from some of our favorite healthy ladies. Which star's trick works best for you?
While most of the country braved yet another snowstorm on Thursday (Feb. 13), Lea Michele soaked up the Los Angeles sunshine
The talk show host bared her toned tummy on Twitter yesterday (Dec. 11), posting a photo of herself with her legs stretched up against a wall, which reads, "Whether you think you can or you can't -- you're right."
"Thank you @AKTINMOTION and @TheKaiserTweet for letting me lean on you," Ripa wrote, thanking her trainer Anna Kaiser, who
Here's why: When we don't pay attention to heart rate, we have no idea if we're working out too hard or not hard enough, both
We've said it before and we'll say it again: You don't have to hate exercise. In fact, a workout that feels like torture
Check out more of her cover feature in the October issue of Shape magazine, which hits newsstands Thursday. "I’ve come up
The fitness industry is a lot like fashion, where old trends come back into vogue but usually with a updated twist. If it's tried and true, and there's research to back it up, it will be back or here to stay.
Celebs are obsessed with yoga. Gisele Bundchen could be its poster child. Ellie Goulding raced in this year's Nike Women's
Mom is often one of the first people to look after our health: She makes sure we get enough sleep by imposing a strict bedtime
The controversial workout system, first created in 1995 in Santa Cruz, Calif., has recently become one of the biggest trends
Though it's only two weeks into the New Year, it's just enough time to forget about that New Year's resolution you made to
Make sure you'r doing these moves -- and more -- with perfect form: By Kristen Aldridge for Shape.com 2. Standing Lateral