We can't think of many things that are as great to invest in as your health. And both scientific evidence and common sense tell us that people who exercise regularly have lower levels of stress, longer life spans, decreased risk for chronic health disease, leaner body mass, and improved mood.
How do I lose weight? Let me count the ways:
Days since my last "cheat" meal. Hours spent in the gym. Minutes spent on the treadmill. Grams of macros consumed. Inches melted away. Calories burned. Pounds lost...
It’s simple math when it comes to calories, right? Eat less, lose more. Nope. It’s not that simple. Unless you are on calorie restrictions by way of a doctor-created plan, skipping meals regularly or severely restricting calories is not the key to healthy weight loss and management. Here’s why…
Exercise is for everyone--truly. Exercise doesn't discriminate based on age, sex, background, health history, or personal style.
Everyone has heard that the early bird gets the worm and when it comes to sculpting your ideal fit body, morning workouts may be the boost you need to get up early. While not everyone is bright eyed and bushy tailed before noon, starting things off with a workout can set a positive tone for the rest of your day. Just think about it, the hardest part of your day will be done before you even step foot in the office!
Pour gas on the fire and stay just as pumped as you were at the beginning with these 14 nose-to-the-grindstone, inspirational movies.
Before I upset anyone, I want to note that running can be a really effective step toward successful weight loss. However, it’s important to know how it also can prevent weight loss and ultimately cause you to give up on your fitness regimen altogether.
Weight loss can be overwhelming. With so many rules out there telling you to “don’t eat this” and “don’t eat that,” it’s refreshing to know there are things that you can actually eat to help you achieve your weight loss goal!