Pulling out your scarves and boots from the back of your closet can work up an appetite for comfort food fit for the cooling temperatures of autumn. Here are five tips for staying on track during the cooler season.
With the advent of DVR (no commercials!) and subscription services (binge watching!), it’s easier than ever to fit “on demand” television into even the busiest weekly schedule.
Having strong legs isn’t just about looking great in shorts—although that certainly doesn’t hurt! Your legs contain some of the largest muscle groups in the body, and healthy muscle mass is key to the fat-burning mechanisms in your metabolism.
Studies suggest that giving your body small amounts of fuel at regular intervals helps to keep the metabolism fired up and working efficiently.
While we’re all for relaxing with a good book, pool time is also great for sneaking in a workout! Why exercise in the pool? Water provides more resistance than air, enabling you to move with more intensity and greater range of motion with less impact.
Building your meal plan online and tracking what you eat and drink are just as important now as they were on day one.
It’s never easy to learn that you have any kind of chronic ailment, but learning you have type 2 diabetes can be especially overwhelming. Wondering where to go from here?
To help achieve your weight loss goals and enhance your health and wellness, include resistance training every week in addition to your cardio activity to help you lose more fat and less muscle, tone your body and improve your shape.
Want to enjoy physical activity? Start with your thoughts.
There are many ways to help you stay motivated as you seek a better body image. Thinking positively about your weight loss goals can give you the motivation you need to get the body image you want.