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Sarah Warman

There Is No 'After' Photo

Sarah Warman | January 29, 2015 | Healthy Living
I'm not against taking before and after photos. In fact, I still use photos as a way to document progress when I don't want to rely solely on the scale. But the problem is that we don't get to live our lives in our after photo. Unlike a photo, we are not fixed objects. We are always changing.
Liftopia

The ABCs of Avoiding ACL Injuries While Skiing

Liftopia | January 27, 2015 | Travel
Understanding how the ACL tears during skiing is the key to avoiding an injury.
Neila Rey

Train Like a Superhero

Neila Rey | January 25, 2015 | Healthy Living
Training is not just hard physically, it's hard mentally. We all know that training our bodies is the right thing to do, it's sticking to it long term or getting inspired enough to even start in the first place that's the tricky bit.
Rupa Mehta

Warm Up Your Winter

Rupa Mehta | January 26, 2015 | Healthy Living
Just because it's sub zero outside doesn't mean you can't warm up your winter. Here are a few ways to bring in the heat and keep out of the cold this season.
Dr. Susan Albers

What Happens Next? When Your New Year's Diet Isn't Working

Dr. Susan Albers | January 22, 2015 | Healthy Living
The good news is that you can optimize your basic nature. In addition to genetics, certain attitudes and lifestyle behaviors also contribute to you finding and settling at your healthy weight.
James Clear

3 Simple Ways to Make Exercise a Habit

James Clear | January 23, 2015 | Healthy Living
Once you build the habit of exercise, you can find thousands of ways to improve. Without the habit, every strategy is useless. Build the habit first, worry about the results later.
Howard Falco

The New Edge in Sports Performance and Results

Howard Falco | January 22, 2015 | Sports
What works best in terms of performance and results is constantly changing and evolving with each new generation. Those who desire to succeed at the highest levels are always searching for a greater understanding about how this is accomplished.
Sarah Klein

We Tried It: Drill Fitness

Sarah Klein | January 22, 2015 | Healthy Living
This workout was just right: My heart was pounding and I was dripping sweat, but I could still crack a smile. The 50 minutes flew by, as we moved from one exercise to another before anyone had time to get bored or wish class was already over. I left feeling strong.
Robert Reames

Weight Loss or Weight Control? That Is the Question

Robert Reames | January 20, 2015 | Healthy Living
We've all seen it. Someone goes on a diet, loses the weight, then in due time gains the weight back -- with "interest." In other words, many diets can be temporary plans with temporary results. Do some plans over-promise? Well, I think we both know the answer to that question.
Brittany Policastro

I'm Not Pregnant. It's Just My Belly

Brittany Policastro | January 21, 2015 | Healthy Living
As we continue to integrate in a world that so often tells us how to feel, how to look, and has a very precise definition of beauty, it is so important for each one of us to check in and see if we agree with these standards. It is time for us to create our own standards. For me, this begins with speaking our truth, loving our bodies and rocking our bellies.
Dr. Jim Taylor

Compete Like You Practice or Practice Like You Compete?

Dr. Jim Taylor | January 20, 2015 | Sports
One of the first questions that I ask athletes and coaches I work with is: Should you compete like you train or train like you compete? By far, the most frequent response is: You should compete like you train. This answer seems perfectly reasonable if you think about it.
Chris Freytag

The No. 1 Workout Mistake You Could Be Making

Chris Freytag | January 20, 2015 | Healthy Living
I like seeing sweat drip, heart rates elevated, and heavy breathing. What I don't like is the trend toward thinking we need to beat down our bodies until they hurt. Working out until you can't move is not a badge of honor.
Leigh Weingus

We Tried It: Mile High Run Club

Leigh Weingus | January 20, 2015 | Healthy Living
Everyone at the studio was so friendly, and Andia encouraged us to go at our own pace throughout class. At no point during class did "I'm not going to live through this" run through my head -- and trust me, that's happened in workout classes before! I left feeling energized and like I'd had a great workout.
Stephanie Duncan Caceres

A Chief of Surgery Offers Insider Tips to Finding the Right Surgeon

Stephanie Duncan Caceres | January 19, 2015 | Healthy Living
On Sunday morning, my neighbor Carolyn knocked on my front door holding a basket of carbs and said, "I need to have my gallbladder out. I've never had an operation and have no idea how to find a surgeon to do my surgery. I don't want to die. I brought you some scones."
Matthew Basso

The 5 Best Core Exercises You Aren't Doing

Matthew Basso | January 18, 2015 | Healthy Living
When I ask my clients to do core training it requires them to look beyond abs and see a system of muscles that work together to complete almost all the physical movements you make. For this reason I've put together what I feel are not only the best, but the most eye-opening core exercises.
Celia Kaye

The Cost of Gluten-Free

Celia Kaye | January 17, 2015 | Healthy Living
It seemed like a tall order to be gluten-free and eat convenient, inexpensive, healthy meals at the same time. But it had to be done. If I wanted to spend no more energy thinking about what I'd eat the next day than I spent on thinking about it when I wasn't gluten-free, I'd have to have a plan.
Richard (RJ) Eskow

Today's GOP: Too Much 'Rand' and Not Enough 'Paul'

Richard (RJ) Eskow | January 16, 2015 | Politics
The GOP and its allies on the far right have been engaged in a prolonged campaign of hysteria-mongering designed to convince the American people that Social Security's disability insurance program is riddled with fraud.
meQuilibrium

3 Ways to Find Your Exercise Sweet Spot

meQuilibrium | January 14, 2015 | Healthy Living
My favorite stress and exercise mantra? Find your sweet spot, that state between ambition and anxiety in which you can function at an optimal performance without being overwhelmed.
Jason Saltmarsh

5 Tips for Running in Sub-Zero Temperatures

Jason Saltmarsh | January 13, 2015 | Healthy Living
The key to running in the extreme cold is to protect yourself, wear the proper clothing and have an exit strategy.
Chris Freytag

How the 80/20 Rule Can Help Improve Your Health and Life

Chris Freytag | January 12, 2015 | Healthy Living
Yes, you can have that dessert. No, you cannot have dessert every night. Yes, you should work out most days. No, you don't have to beat yourself up if you skip a day. Always strive to have most -- at least 80 percent -- of your choices be healthy.
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