The 5 Best Ways to Lose Belly Fat

Repeat after us: "Crunches do not burn belly fat." And it's not just crunches. Neither will planks, leg throws, nor the yoga boat pose. "These exercises can strengthen your abs muscles, but those muscles will still be hidden under a cover of chub," says Chris Piegza, training manager at DavidBartonGym Limelight in New York City. If you want to lose the stomach fat and actually uncover those abs, you have to take a more total-body approach. Follow these five expert-approved tips to finally K.O. the fat on your belly (and everywhere else). see more

Beijing's Stunning Nike Studio Is (Hopefully) the Future of Working Out

If you're planning to visit Beijing in the next few weeks, be sure to bring your running shoes. An art gallery in the Chinese capital has installed an immersive Nike Studio to coordinate with its hosting of the 2015 World Athletics Championships, reports designboom. Designed by Shanghai-based agency Coordination Asia, it makes Equinox look like it's stuck in the late eighties. The 1,200-square-meter space features nearly pitch-black workout areas, glowing LED grids, and bold-graphic motivational phrases in the form of free-floating installations. Nike's new Holiday 15 collection is also presented in reflective display cases that stick with the themes see more

The 6 Stretches Every Desk-Bound Guy Needs in His Office

Stretching at work does more than prevent an aching neck and cramped behind. It can also make you way more productive at whatever it is you should be doing at your desk. see more

10 "Healthy" Foods That Aren't Really Healthy

The health-foods aisle has a way of making guys fat—and unhealthy—and understandably pretty ticked-off. After all, isn't munching on (nasty-tasting) health foods supposed to be good for you? If food manufacturers were really out to boost your health, yes. But their end goal isn't making consumers healthier. It's making money. And packaging foods as "healthy," "smart," and "natural" is an easy way to make a buck. Unfortunately, apart from suckering you into eating foods that really aren't any healthier than whatever it is you're trying to sub out, those healthy labels can make you overeat big time. In fact, see more

The Fiber Myth: Why Too Much Can Backfire

High-fiber foods might as well come with a sticker saying, "Need to poop? Eat this." After all, that's pretty much what cereal commercials, doctors, and everyone else are saying. But, it turns out that fiber might actually be what's backing you up. see more

The 3 Exercises You Need for Sexy Forearms

You know how the saying goes: What does it profit a man if he hath a muscle-bound back but his forearms are puny? Okay, maybe that's not exactly how the saying goes, but you get the idea: A well-developed forearm not only makes working out your entire body easier (deadlifts, anyone?), it also gives your whole body a more balanced look. But unlike so many sports-related pursuits, the key to a successful forearm workout is not, in fact, "all in the wrist." "The wrist joint is actually very weak in comparison to the muscles of the forearm," says Joey Gonzalez, see more

Is Your Drinking Making You Fat?

We all know that alcohol is high in calories, but that doesn't really mean we have to give up booze to get in shape, does it? Well, not exactly—but after hearing the complete answer to that rather complicated question, you're still probably going to feel like you could use a stiff drink. "If you're trying to stay in shape, you don't want to consume more than a drink or two in a night," says Jonathan Keltai, a Nutrition Coach, Certified Personal Trainer, and Performance Enhancement Specialist at DavidBartonGym in New York City. "And it's best to keep these nights of see more

How to Choose the Right Water Bottle

It's hot out. Brutal, at times. Staying hydrated throughout the day is one of the most effective ways to keep cool against this summer's unrelenting heat. Drinking plenty of water is also just a healthy habit to have. For something as essential as water to keep nearby, not just any bottle will do for your daily carry. In this Carry Smarter guide, we'll break down some key features to consider when picking an everyday bottle and recommend our favorites to fit your hydration needs. see more

5 Fitness Apps That Could Replace Your Personal Trainer

There was a time when having a personal trainer was a certain status symbol, like an Equinox membership or a bike in the first row of SoulCycle. But now, with fitness routines and classes becoming more and more varied, and time more and more precious (sometimes that 7 a.m. prework training session just isn't going to happen), the stress of keeping a trainer on your schedule might just drive you to Chipotle. Luckily, a slew of apps can offer you the same benefits as a one-on-one training session, and they're all just a download away. Fitness Buddy Recommended by both see more

11 Painless Ways to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

You know you should eat more fruit and vegetables. But actually choking down kale is something else entirely. see more
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