Every year, thousands of people commit to taking off some weight. Unfortunately, after only a few days or weeks, many of those same people have given up. Let’s look at some common reasons why.
A new movement has taken social media by storm and seems to be the forefront of a new feminist crusade. But could this viral campaign be doing women more harm than good?
January’s here, and if you want to burn off that festive paunch, it’s time to get serious about your fitness!
Simple techniques to beat procrastination and distraction. Learn how to stimulate the mind in ways that enhance motivation and promote positive actions.
Saying that you're going to eat better is easier than actually following through with it. It's a huge lifestyle change! Read more about my challenges with eating healthier foods!
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.
A personal story about weight loss with tips to try and sensible exercise suggestions. I think some of my experience is unique.
The statistics are staggering. Millions of people are grossly overweight, giving them a host of physical problems and illnesses. I should know—I'm one of them.
This article is about being injured, fitness, trail running shoes, mindset (attitude), and recovery on the road to hopefully improving the mind and body and doing an Ironman by age 50.
As teenagers, we believe that the ideal appearance equals zero fat on our bones. Eventually, we learn to love ourselves. However, after childbirth, we're faced with the same challenge all over again.
Not everyone wants the gym rat or health club experience all of the time. Being a fitness lone wolf can create a void in your workout routine. If you are looking for something more meaningful read on.
Some gym buddies and accountability partners are better than others. Here are some tips on how to handle a bad buddy without ruining the friendship.
Do you lose weight and gain it back plus some? Acknowledging I was a people-pleaser and changing my bad habits helped me finally lose weight, start exercising, and find some much-needed peace of mind.
Obesity and fat-shaming go hand in hand. The bottom line is that it is not only eating excess food that is responsible for obesity. It is the structure of society, political correctness, and stress.
If you're constantly battling your weight and obsessing about food, the solution involves something other than dieting and exercising. It takes loving yourself and embracing life, not hiding from it.