Training & Nutrition
Last 5 Workout Tips
Burn and firm your biceps and triceps with these four moves from Gold’s Gym personal trainer Sean Meehan.
Get an A-list workout with these tips from our trainers to the stars!
In this exclusive Gold's Gym video, Senior Fitness Manager Lisa Aitchison shows you how to get a six-pack in time for summer.
Tim Keightley, Gold's Gym Vice President of Fitness, explains the bonuses of boot-camp-style resistance training and presents a powerful workout to get you bathing-suit-ready fast.
Ready to sweat? This fast-paced workout combines cardio and strength training to help burn calories and build muscle.
Last 5 Nutrition Articles
Use these savvy shopper tips from Health.com to choose healthy versions of 11 common snacks, meals and drinks.
Why do only some of us reach our weight-loss goals? A motivation expert reveals the strategies that make all the difference.
Are you working out and eating right, but can’t seem to lose weight? We spoke with two Gold’s Gym Fitness Institute experts, Robert Reames and Nikki Kimbrough, and discovered seven possible reasons why.
Gold's Gym Fitness Institute experts Belisa Vranich and Robert Reames are here to help you tackle this season's hardest hitters and keep your diet in bounds.
When it comes to building strong bones, there are two key nutrients: calcium and vitamin D. Health.com shows you the best eats for both.
Last 5 Health Articles
You go somewhere luxe and come back thinner. Health.com experts canvassed the country to find 10 trips that make it easy to eat healthy and get toned.
Tone up quick with these six diet and exercise tips from Gold’s Gym Fitness Institute trainers Ramona Braganza and Mike Ryan.
If you're looking to run faster, bike harder or swim farther, here are some great tips to boost your athletic stamina.
Feeling sluggish? Healthy fats, iron-rich foods and smart snacking can help you fight fatigue. Health.com has the details.
These salads from Andrew Swallow, co-founder of eco-gourmet restaurant Mixt Greens, make getting your greens a whole lot more fun. Health.com digs in.