If you're tired of all the hype you see surrounding health and fitness on social media and the Internet, check out these four YouTube channels.
The fat acceptance movement is controversial and growing in popularity. The movement aims to reduce anti-fat bias in society. Read about the roots of the movement & the implications of fat acceptance.
Six simple tips you can use to help you look and feel your very best for those last-minute occasions.
Increasing your motivation to exercise can be difficult. This article provides some tips on how to stay motivated for your workout and how to increase your motivation to exercise in general.
We live in a society that often sends us the message that our body is flawed, and that the way we look defines who we are. Positive body image is rare, but attainable with practice.
How do you start a workout routine when you're 40 or older and haven't been involved in regular exercise for a while? This article will cover what you need to do before you start a workout routine and look at the two most important elements of making sure you keep it up.
It's easy to lose motivation during a long, arduous weight loss journey. We're bound to fail when it's all about dieting and deprivation. We maximize our chances for success, though, when we incorporate joyful new habits.
If you're over 40 and starting to work out, there are a few points you need to know to set yourself up for success.
Mini Habits for Weight Loss by Stephen Guise provides a refreshing option for weight loss. For those who have tried diet after diet, this book is a game changer and is a must read. Ditch the drastic diet and incorporate mini habits that are so small, you can't help but succeed.
Day after day on the treadmill can be demotivating. Here are some ideas on how to keep it fun so you will want to go back.
Starting a workout routine when you've been away from the gym for a few years might seem daunting. Here's how to make it easy and what to do on your first workout day.
Losing weight and becoming fit requires a lot of inner strength, especially when in chronic pain. Often, the people who should be the greatest source of support, sabotage and demotivate.
When people ask me how I lost almost 100 pounds, I tell them that I literally ran my tail off. It wasn't easy, but with a positive attitude and a lot of hard work I proved that it was possible.
When I was 38, I weighed the most I ever had in my life. I set out to lose 50 pounds and throughout the process I established specific tactics, reached my goals, and learned quite a bit.