Totally doable tips to staying slim and fit from some of our favorite healthy ladies. Which star's trick works best for you?
The fitness industry is a lot like fashion, where old trends come back into vogue but usually with a updated twist. If it's tried and true, and there's research to back it up, it will be back or here to stay.
At a time when the music industry has lost some of its greatest talents, and joyful noise is often traded for the salacious, an unexpected bright spot is burning red-hot in the name of all things Zumba.
More than one new mother will feel vindicated by her admission to People that she hadn't been to the gym for two weeks, and she'd started drinking coffee again after two years of abstaining from caffeine. And that's not all...
There is no end to the enticements for us women to change our bodies to be like the stars -- or just to be other than we are. Myself included. I try not to read those articles when they pop up on Google and yet I find myself transfixed -- for hours.
Some of the best, most educated trainers that I know, who are Ph.Ds of exercise physiology or have their master's degree in exercise kinesiology, don't tend to train celebrities.
As an L.A.-based celebrity trainer, with A-list clients such as Jessica Alba and Halle Berry, choosing "don't do it for a 'Hollywood body'" as a topic for my first blog may sound like a contradiction.
Three tips to improving your health, strength, endurance and appearance.
Would you say I was crazy if I told you that a brief four minute workout could help you shed fat, taper inches off your waist line, improve your overall health and endurance?