Want to spend more time with your kids and have fun? Get outside and be active with them!
Once you’ve reached your goal weight, you owe it to yourself to keep up the good work by continuing to foster better eating habits, exercising on a regular basis and surrounding yourself with supportive people.
Picking out one or two new habits or changes to your routine for a given week (and focusing only on those) can help you make more progress.
Getting rid of your “fat clothes”, improving your self confidence through exercise, and having a healthy perception of yourself are all ways to improve your self-esteem.
You have the power to overcome joint pain! Although your exercise often (literally) hinges on your knees and elbows, there are a variety of ways to stay in shape while helping to keep any added pressure off.
Eating foods that are full of empty calories can be detrimental to your weight loss efforts and overall health. Read on to find out what empty calories are, where they can be found and why they can be bad for you.
Don't believe the hype! Sticking to a healthy diet plan and moderate exercise are still the best ways to go if you are trying to drop excess pounds.
Most of us don’t intend to gain weight. Those extra pounds just sneak their way into our lives, a handful at a time.
Since men have a different set of health issues than women, their diet and weight loss patterns should reflect that.
It may be time to change up your daily jog and start adding circuit machine training to your workout routine. Circuit machines can help prevent boredom and plateaus in your workout so you can keep your weight loss motivation high.