May you be stronger. Pretty much all of our ills are made worse by weakness. Power developed by strengthening our muscle guides all of our body's ...
Staying committed to your fitness and health goals will benefit you on many levels. Here are a few tips to maintain your motivation when the going gets tough:
In the same way the playlist bridges the musical past and the present, it can also serve as a bridge between the person you were in 2015 and the person you resolved to become in 2016.
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Body image and perception issues do not go away just because one is working out.
I look in the mirror, and I wonder how I can avoid such fates. What measures can I put in place? What opportunities should I pursue, and what risks should I take? Fast-forwarding into the future, what will I regret not having done that I should've been doing all along?
Many of our resolutions vary from year to year, but they often include topics of health, fitness, or personal growth. As I'm sure many of you can relate, these resolutions tend to fall by the wayside within the first few weeks of the year.
So if you, like me, have slipped into bad habits or let yourself off the hook day after day, whatever the reason, you still can recover momentum after a break. Here are my 10 ways to do it:
January 2009 is the month my life changed forever. And not just because I stepped on the scale at my doctor's office and looked down at the numbers in...
Youth sports are being hijacked. Let's put it more directly -- your sports are being hijacked. The sports that your kids play are being taken over by a well-intentioned but misguided and counterproductive drive to make them better athletes in the hopes of attaining glory at "the next level" -- college, pro, the World Cup, etc.
We want to overhaul everything we perceive as imperfect or flawed about ourselves and the blank new calendar feels like the perfect opportunity. So how does it work? How can you make resolutions that you'll keep past February and have meaningful change in your life?
By Morgan Quinn, Contributor At the beginning of every year, you pick a New Year's resolution. Sometimes you succeed at stickin...
Invoking the name of science is a potent way to assure people of the validity of a method, product, service, or idea. When we read or hear "scientific...
New year, new you! You have decided on what your goals are and now you need help accomplishing them. You're thinking of obtaining a personal trainer o...
My Wednesday morning spin class was taught by a substitute instructor today. In the place of my usual wonderful teacher was one of those drill sergeant-y types that thinks the louder the music is (and the louder he yells) the harder you will work.
It turns out that the secret to making successful New Year's resolutions is to not make them.
So my "weight loss advice" is treat the bad days like the good ones. There is always a bad day. What will derail you? What decisions will you make?
Whether you are an exercise novice or a fitness buff, avoid a gym faux pas. We've put together our top 10 tips to ease your re-entry and make it just that much more enjoyable for you and your fellow gym members.
For this year's resolutions, toss out your old, failed motivators and choose to enjoy the immediate well-being and energetic benefits that self-care brings.
Not every run is enjoyable. Some runs are just work. But that's okay. The hurt and the work are what make our accomplishments so sweet. Revel in the entire training experience, even the long run. Running is a blessing and an opportunity to be cherished.