I needed to catch up on my current events, so I went to my go-to source for all things relevant -- xoJane.com, which is how I stumbled upon this gut-w...
By Gioia Messinger Gioia is Founder and CEO of LinkedObjects, Lecturer at U.C. San Diego's Rady School of Management, and Judge for the Nokia Sensing...
Hello! We are Liz and Scout, and we're excited to help announce the launch of HuffPost Gay Voices' new LGBT Wellness page, the destination to catch great blog posts and news about what wellness means to our communities.
by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition Six weeks into the New Year, many of yo...
In order for ski jumpers to nail their landings (and heal up from injuries!), it's essential to build up strong legs with moves like the hamstring-toning Romanian Dead Lifts. In regular training, Hendrickson routinely pairs quad-focused moves like squats with RDLs.
Obeying the Gym Commandments is doing your part to promote peace and harmony in what should be a refuge from the hustle and bustle.
Tumbling down a mogul course would probably turn most of us into a giant (black-and-blue) snowball. But Kearney maintains grace under pressure with the help of dedicated strengthening to her quads and core.
This month's top 10 list is as eclectic as they come. From the Top 40, you'll find a trio of collaborations featuring Enrique Iglesias, Macklemore, and Shakira.
Becoming an entrepreneur was one of the best decisions I've ever made. But it wasn't easy in the beginning. There was a lot of self-doubt and fear. And there were plenty of reasons to feel that way.
You may be killing it at work, but is work killing you? Incorporate these three simple changes into your regular schedule to feel healthy, be happy and still maintain your rock-star status at the office.
For 30+ years, what began as a few weekend games between employees from the Brooklyn Union Gas Co. and the Brooklyn Judicial Court grew into "morning runs."
"She" is that bubbly, giving, inspirational woman we got to know on the show. Her body is the inconsistent vessel. She remains. And she is beautiful.
In my experience, once you've zeroed in, focused, and conquered one bad habit, it's out of your life, and your brain has space to adjust something new.
She simply what she saw, a beautiful woman, and was moved to speak up. And the more time I spend trying to reconcile her vision with my own narrative, the less time I have for the elliptical and bacon cheeseburgers (because there is time for both).
Because there's a never-ending list, it's easy to feel guilty about not achieving as much as you wanted to, regardless of how much you actually get done.
There is nothing special about Feb. 24. I did not see a sign from God or read a motivational quote or get any tough love the day before. I just decided to lose weight. I was ready to change and made a commitment to myself to be successful.
Dear January, as eager as I was to slam the door shut on 2013, I am almost as eager to do the same to you. Here's your hat, your mittens, your scarf, long johns, parka and snow boots. What's your hurry?
Living with cancer means learning to live with the idea of cancer; knowing that it is hibernating in my body and could come raging out at any time. I need to compartmentalize it, in fact even forget about it, so that I can find joy in the time that I have.
I started running a year before my marriage ended. Even though I convinced myself that I was doing it to exercise and get in shape so that my then-spouse would find me desirable (another story, for another time), I was really using it as an escape.
As a plus size woman of color, people are constantly "telling on themselves" in regards to how they see me. It could be as simple as calling me "girl" instead of my name or it could be something as nuanced as mentioning their own appearance in contrast to mine.