Gym Workouts Directory
Gym workouts don't have to be boring or time consuming. Whether you have 30 minutes or an hour to spend in the gym, there is a workout for you. Most gyms offer a variety of exercise classes, from yoga to cycling to Zumba, in addition to an array of cardio and weight lifting equipment. Learn how to maximize your gym workout so that you get the results you want and have fun doing it. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage on gym workouts, the best and worst exercises, weight training tips, and much more.
Strength Training Program for Men
Learn from WebMD about building muscle in your arms, chest, back, core, and legs.
Circuit Training: What You Do, Benefits, and More
Everything you need to know about a circuit training workout.
Weight Lifting and Strength Training Tips for Teens
WebMD offers strength training and weight lifting tips for teens.
Men's Health and Exercise Videos
Men often lift weights and do other exercises incorrectly. These WebMD videos show you the proper form for various exercises for your arms, abs, chest, and legs.
When it comes to working out, men and women are from different planets
His idea of getting in shape is pumping iron -- the more, the better. She'd rather pull out the yoga mat.
Your Exercise Routine: How Much Is Enough?
Experts explain why some people should try for 30 minutes of exercise a day, while others need up to 90 minutes.
When You Really Shouldn’t Exercise: Conditions, Injuries, and More
WebMD identifies the times when you should not exercise – learn what they are and how to avoid worsening your condition.
What's the Best Time to Exercise?
Some people swear by a 6 a.m. jog to get their hearts racing and get them psyched up for the day. Others wouldn't dream of breaking a sweat before noon. But is any certain time of day the best time to exercise?
Strip Your Way to Fitness
Sexy moves and cardio? You bet, when you've got former Chippendales dancer Cliff Boyce teaching aerobics.
Gym Smarts: Cardio (Elliptical)
Want to get a great cardio workout, but just don’t know where to start? Take our crash course on cardio training.
Benefits of Interval Training
Burn more calories, increase endurance and strength but spend less time in the gym.
Assess Your Fitness Level
Whether you’re just starting a fitness routine or already have a workout regimen, you should know your fitness level.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Risky Exercises and Better Bets
Workout not working? Who has time to waste on ineffective, risky exercises? Not you. So ditch these seven moves which may not deliver the results you want -- and may even cause injury
Slideshow: The 30-Minute Workout Routine
Think you don't have time to work out? You do! Intensity is key, especially if you don't have much time. Get moving with this 30 minute "quickie" routine that includes cardio and resistance training for each major muscle group.
Slideshow: Top Muscle-Building Moves for Men
Want bulging biceps and a bigger chest? This WebMD slideshow shows men how to get buff with just two efficient workouts each week.
Slideshow: The No-Gym Workout
This quick workout gets you into great shape at home without costly equipment. Pictures show the best moves for flat abs and total body fitness.
The P90X System
What is the P90X exercise system, and how well does it work to help you lose weight, build muscle, and get in shape? Our expert reviews the P90X series of fitness DVDs.
What to Drink When You Exercise
We all know that when we work out, it's important to stay hydrated. WebMD looks at what to drink when you exercise.
Information on bottled water.
Review: The Bowflex Home Gym
How well does the Bowflex Home Gym work for bodybuilding and muscle strength? WebMD experts review the Bowflex Home Gym workout.