Leave your FuelBand in the dust and hit the ground running with the hottest fitness must-haves on the market, culled by the founder of Style of Sport
With the official start of summer around the corner, DuJour teamed up with Claudia Lebenthal, editor and founder of STYLE OF SPORT, to bring you the latest and greatest in high-end fitness gear. Lebenthal's in the business of getting in shape in style and below, she shares her picks ... More
Adding fat to your diet...to lose weight? The secrets of MCT oil
DuJour’s “Body Language” column offers short tidbits of info about one specific body part each week. This week, it’s all about metabolism.
One of the most common culprits for a stall in weight loss is a slow metabolism, the internal calorie-burning, fat-dissolving process that converts food into fuel and, later on, burns ... More
The two most important moves for toning and a rising trend that gives new meaning to "arm lifts"
DuJour’s “Body Language” column offers short tidbits of info about one specific body part each week. This week, it’s all about arms.
1. The Inspiration: Lupita Nyong’o
First there was 12 Years a Slave. Then there was the Golden ... More
Five DuJour editors sound off on their toughest workout to date, the trainers they're currently coveting and more
Each week for The DuJour 5×5, we ask five editors five questions on a different topic. This week’s installment focuses on fitness: Here's what classes our staffers swear by, what song gets them moving and which celebrity they're turning to for a little fitspo.
Get a head start on sculpting strong, lean abs for summer with these superfoods and a new source of exercise motivation
DuJour’s “Body Language” column offers short tidbits of info about one specific body part each week. This week, it’s all about abs.
1. THE QUICK-FIX: AIRBRUSH CONTOUR
A wise man once said, “if you can’t tone it, tan it," which is especially when it ... More
How I (kind of) kept my New Year's Resolution with IV therapy, a singing yoga class and more
The holiday season is not easy on the body, as we all well know. From fattening food to endless amounts of champagne to awkward family conversations—"Are you dating anyone right now?"—it's not surprising that so many people's New Year resolutions involve pledging to be happier and healthier. But with ... More
Is it worth it? What to expect at this month's most tempting studios and classes
New fitness studios are a dime a dozen in New York City—especially around the New Year—so we decided to put them to the test. Here, we review Swerve spin studio, City Row and Anna Kaiser's AKT.
The Concept: The first team-inspired indoor cycling workout
Intensity: ... More
The A to Z on a new healthy-living program that picks up where pressed juices left off
Health hangovers happen to everyone: those moments of realization that there's no erasing last night's fourth martini or second piece of cake during dessert. Thanks to the popular notion that pressed juices hold magical detox powers, many believe that one slug of liquefied kale and spinach will instantly make ... More
Two DuJour staffers endure a week of A-list workouts with the women who train Madonna and Rihanna
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to maintain some of the fittest bodies in Hollywood, you’re not alone—and probably a lot like us. It often seems that no matter how much time, energy and money we invest into replicating Madonna’s toned arms or Rihanna’s washboard abs—ours never seem to ... More
Fitness trainer Rachel Piskin (shown, right) of Flatiron's Chaise23 studio in New York City has introduced a new class designed to make civilians move and feel like dancers (and, hopefully, end up with dancers' bodies). For the first half of each 45-minute session, students point, flex and jump ... More