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By Experience Life Staff
Watch as Shaun T. and Jen Sinkler run through his Insanity-inspired workout, exclusively designed for the June 2012 issue of Experience Life.
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By Andrew Heffernan
Three different metabolic energy systems power your workouts — and your day. Here’s how each one works, and how to make the most of them all.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Senior editor Courtney Lewis Opdahl gets creative for a workout on the road.
By Experience Life Staff
This all-in-one workout improves strength and power — no Volkswagen-lifting required.
strongperson workout
By Andrew Heffernan
Want to get tough and have a blast doing it? Try working out like some of the strongest men and women in the world.
An illustration of a woman exercising
By Andrew Heffernan
A workout for a strong, great-looking core that involves more than just your abdominal muscles.
By Experience Life Staff
Four challenging exercises to strengthen and build your core.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
No time to work out? Think again, with this 8-minute kettlebell routine!
By Andrew Heffernan
Got 10 minutes and one kettlebell? Then you’ve got time for girevoy — one of the most effective strength-and-cardio workouts around.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Courtney Lewis Opdahl tries this quick kettlebell circuit from Survival of the Fittest's Jen Sinkler.
By Clay Johnston
Personal trainer Rachel Cosgrove shows you how to use a foam roller.
By Experience Life Staff
Learn more about the “One Month to Muscles” program as celebrity trainer Rachel Cosgrove discusses the benefits with senior fitness editor Jen Sinkler.
Rachel Cosgrove
By Andrew Heffernan
Want to get stronger, but don’t know where to start? This head-to-toe program from expert trainer Rachel Cosgrove will have you lifting smarter, feeling stronger and sporting more defined muscles — in just four weeks.
man stretching at home with waterbottle next to him
By Nicole Radziszewski
Everyday activities take a toll on our bodies, tightening our muscles and limiting our range of motion in potentially painful ways. This simple stretch routine can help undo the damage.
By Experience Life Staff
Watch as celebrity trainer Rachel Cosgrove of Results Fitness demonstrates her "One Month to Muscles" program.
Jen Sinkler MovNat
By Jen Sinkler
By emphasizing functional movement and a reconnection to primal roots, MovNat clinics take you into the woods and help you once again become the animal you are.
Person walking on log
By Experience Life Staff
Part 2 of our series on MovNat.
A woman runs outdoors on a trail.
By Experience Life Staff
“Movement is a child’s first language.” — Sally Goddard Blythe “In Nature, we never repeat the same motion; in captivity (office, gym, commute, sports classroom), life is just repetitive-stress injury. No randomness.” — Nassim Taleb* (*I added ‘classroom’ to Mr.…
a woman performs a golfer's pick-up
By Yael Grauer
New to the fitness scene, or a stranger to the gym for a while now? Try this body-weight circuit workout, and prepare to build strength, confidence and coordination — fast.
Erwan Le Corre
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Erwan Le Corre, 40, is the founder of MovNat, a forward-thinking approach to fitness that finds its practical inspiration in humanity’s primitive roots. Le Corre and his team hold outdoor training workshops in West Virginia and Thailand, where participants rediscover, practice and master the movement skills of their nature-dwellling ancestors. Born in France, Le Corre is considered one of the leading pioneers of the international primal-fitness movement.
By Experience Life Staff
Use this exercise circuit to build strength and coordination.
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