• How Your Phone is Killing Your Posture


    If you depend on your smartphone for work emails, social media notifications and as a camera (and most people do), then it may not come as a surprise to you that your posture is suffering. Each time you look at or send a text message, your neck is hunched forward, and your shoulders are rolled […]

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  • Wedding Fitness Guide


    Do you want to be toned by the time the wedding bells ring—and he’s ‘put a ring on it’? Whether you have a few pounds to lose, or a little bit more jiggle in your thighs that you’d care for (and a few months to prep), we’ve got your ultimate wedding fitness guide here! Prepare […]

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  • Tips to stick with your New Year’s Resolution


    Let this be the year you amaze yourself. Use these tips to nail those resolutions and finally stop feeling like you can’t trust yourself to keep the promises you make. Decide how you want to feel New Year’s resolutions aren’t just based on actions. They come from a desire to feel a particular way. Maybe […]

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  • Focus on Food Tracking

    Overweight Woman On Diet Keeping Food Journal

    Your neighbor has done it. Your co-workers have done it, and even your spouse has done it (although he/she would never admit to it!) and yep—you’ve done it too. You’ve skipped out on a healthy meal or chosen a supersize value meal at a fast food restaurant instead of a healthy grilled salmon dinner at […]

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  • Change up your workout to keep up the challenge


    One of the best things about the human body is its adaptability. Think about it. Once you master a task, that task requires a lot less energy and concentration. Great for everyday tasks like walking or driving but for exercise, not so much. The first time you ran a mile or covered a lap in […]

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  • Is eating 5 to 6 meals a day better for weight loss?


    Will you lose weight when you ditch the three meals a day eating plan? The short answer is, maybe. The real issue is not how many meals you eat, but how many calories you eat. Why eating more meals may not work Eating more often may lead to higher overall calorie intake. Planning nutrient dense […]

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  • Wear the right shoe for your sport


    When it comes to sports the right shoe isn’t only for comfort but also for safety and better performance. Here are some things to look for when buying shoes for fitness. Select the right shoe According to the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society these tips can help you choose well, regardless of your sport. […]

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  • Myth Buster: Do Negative Calorie Foods Exist?


    You may practice portion control to lose weight or focus on a protein rich diet, combined with exercise to blast fat. But what if you could eat to lose weight? Otherwise known as negative calorie foods, certain fruits, vegetables, and grains have been rumored to rev your metabolism, drop inches from your waistline and increase […]

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  • How to prepare for an obstacle race


    An obstacle race is an ultimate challenge in that it requires you to push your motivation and muscle harder, and in different ways than you probably have before. Go ahead and accept the challenge. Here’s what you need to know to nail it. Your training should mimic the course It will not be enough to get […]

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  • Protein Pancake Recipes


    Is there anything better than a big platter of buttermilk pancakes to get your day moving in the right direction? How about a stack of guilt-free pancakes that keeps you full all day long? Lose weight while treating yourself to protein-rich pancakes, and you’ll be able to eat your favorite breakfast food, without any of […]

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