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We know, we know. Between the parties and the family meals and the cookies at the office, it's hard to keep weight off around the holidays. But if you try our fun, 12 Days of Fitness Workout you'll be sure to stay on track just in time for your New Year's resolution.
Get an A-list workout with these tips from our trainers to the stars!
Gold's Gym Fitness Institute orthopedist Evan Ekman decodes common workout pains so you can tell the difference between "Ow!" and "Out for a month."
Pop quiz: Which body part stabilizes the entire body, is the key to strong abs and, when flexible and strong, can prevent aches, stiffness and chronic pain? Here's a hint: Turn around. That's right, we're talking about the back — and this fall, our trainers will show you how to get yours on the honor roll.
Whether you want to pump up your arms or banish underarm jiggle, this fast-but-thorough routine will help you sculpt the guns of your dreams.
Derriere, bottom, fanny or caboose: Whatever you call it, Gold's Gym personal trainer Yaw Kwame Poku's killer routine will tighten it up.
Looking to whip yourself into shape the way the pros do? These tips from three Major League Baseball strength and conditioning coaches will help get you into midseason form.
In an effort to make a difference in the lives of the more than 23 million Americans with diabetes, Gold's Gym has once again teamed up with the American Diabetes Association to sponsor Tour de Cure, a series of fund-raising cycling events held nationwide. Last year more than 32,000 cyclists raised nearly $13 million to support the ADA's mission, riding anywhere from 10 to 100 miles in 40 states.
The bad news: a 12-ounce heart-shaped Whitman's Sampler of chocolates has 1,650 calories. The good news: Burning off those calories by working out together can actually improve your relationship.