Through her 50s, Ginny McReynolds resolved to work out again but never got around to it. Finally something clicked at 60 and now she’s in the best shape of her life. Here’s how you can be too.
From instructors to tech aspects, we’ve got a rundown on the popular at home workout trend.
Here’s a bonus to our Readers’ Choice Awards. We also gathered a panel of esteemed magazine, fashion and beauty editors to share their favorite brands.
Here is the complete list of brands that have won NextTribe readers’ votes for best of beauty, fashion, personal grooming, sexual health and travel.
We asked about your favorite brands, and you told us! Here we present the First Annual NextTribe Readers’ Choice Awards. Plus special picks by our esteemed judges.
Because Elisabeth Halfpapp is an authority on exercise, NextTribe asked her to share her favorite exercise gear, plus some of her best moves for relaxing.
No matter how old you are, you should be out there feeling the wind in your hair, says this organization.
It’s never too late to begin training—for a marathon or just a jog in the park. Even cooler? You’ll soon be up to speed with friends who’ve been at it for years!
Participants in the NextTribe Exercise and Fitness Survey shared their workout woes and worries. Now we’ve got expert advice on how to get moving, stay motivated, and reach your best-self goals—injury-free!
Wondering how these 60-something badasses did on their Channel crossing? Here’s an update.
From occasional exerciser to competitive badass: How Marty Munson found her power and a whole new way of life as an athlete after 40.
You can’t spell “fifty-plus” without “f-i-t,” and midlife women know it. Just check out the results of our first ever-exercise survey for the facts, the (awesome) figures, and the fun.
Want to lose belly fat, find a fun new workout, or figure out some new meatless recipes? Here ya go!
Six older swimmers support each other in the water—and out. Here, as their biggest challenge unfolds, Louise Tutelian shares their inspiring story.
As we get older, staying active is more important than ever. This month we’re focusing on exercise and fitness and how we can help you fit it into your life better.
Warrior one and chair pose may help some stay chill, but all that free time actually leads this brain down rabbit holes that can cause some major freak outs.
Valerie Frankel’s stiffness and soreness was driving her nuts—until she found a plan that worked wonders. (Can you say Aaaaah?)
Forty years after her first Boston Marathon win, Joan Benoit Samuelson is running again.
In the ’30s through ’50s, she was a dancer, appearing in 5 Broadway shows. Now at age 95, her dedication hasn’t slowed a bit.
We have a complicated relationship with our bums; thankfully these butt exercises are simple.