Variety is the spice of life! Switch up your routine with these 5 popular workout videos from the '90s and 2000s. This blast from the past is the perfect way to keep you motivated (and warm) through the winter months.
The article talks about being a gym addict and its benefits on not only physical health but also the positive impacts it has on the other aspects of life. It speaks about the lessons we learn from the gym culture which can be immensely impactful and life-changing.
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Don't let the current situation hold you back from your goals! Continue seeing progress at home with these simple tips!
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.
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 30 top dos and don'ts for starting to exercise when you haven't been visiting a gym regularly.
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.
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.
Six simple tips you can use to help you look and feel your very best for those last-minute occasions.
As 15%-20% of people age 65 or older suffer from mild cognitive impairment, transcranial magnetic stimulation may be able to reverse memory loss. This magnetic stimulation was used in a clinical study to reverse memory loss.TMS has almost no side effects. The study is explained in this article.
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For most people, weight loss is simple. Consume fewer calories by changing your diet, and burn more calories by exercising more. The hard part is changing your behavior. Weight loss affirmations make it easier to form new habits.
Why should you remain active? Daily exercise can help you to improve your daily lifestyle, and both your physical and mental health.
Working out at home can be a time and money saver. I'm sharing my top tips for how to make working out at home effective so you can achieve amazing results!
No matter how obsessed with health and exercise a person may be, no one is perfect. Here are 7 common health mistakes that even the healthiest of people can make. Read on to find out how you can avoid or overcome these bad habits.
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.
I didn't like how my weight was weighing down on my self-confidence and energy levels. Around October of 2016, at the starting weight of 98.7 kg, I changed my diet, got rid of bad habits, and worked out consistently. It was a hard six months, but I am now 72 kg and happier than ever.
Nutrition and exercise are two critical ingredients that everyone agrees are required to successfully lose weight, but how do we change our behavior to eat better and move more? This article will provide the 3 necessary ingredients to help us change our behavior to be successful.
On body positivity and its importance. A reflection by a former over-exerciser and calorie-restrictor.
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.
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.
Have you ever thought you could never do what you wanted? Never run a marathon, never lose 30 pounds, never climb a mountain, never zip line over a ravine? Well, I am her to tell you it can be done!