Welcome to my life as a new yogi -- and specifically, a new yogi who has so far learned one salient fact about this ancient meditative practice: It makes me fart. A lot.
Whether you've overindulged for the holidays, or just want to kick-start the New Year, January is an ideal time to reevaluate your fitness goals. Sure...
If you're the type spending hours at the gym -- chest fly, back row, biceps curl, repeat -- it's time to reconsider your routine. Find out how to get leaner and work out less (all without a trainer).
What if you want to travel to a place where you can truly relax, but also improve your health and well-being at the same time? Well, that's where something like a health and wellness retreat might come in.
If you were not attracted to me at 420 pounds, then ignore me at 200 pounds. I would rather be alone for the rest of my life than be with someone who only loved me now. My wife saw something in me at 400 pounds. She had no idea I would be able to lose weight.
It may surprise how a few little tweaks to your surroundings, your way of thinking, and your daily schedule can quickly add up to a more nourishing way of living. To get you started, here are six easy ways to nourish yourself today.
We both know travel well -- as a former McKinsey and Company consultant and a scientist who studies a topic of global interest -- we are familiar with...
At these luxury wellness retreats striving for your best in fitness and health feels like an indulgence.
My 30s hit me a couple of years ago, and my metabolism went down the shi*ter. I miss the days when I could work out a reasonable, non-obsessive amount...
Then, once you've got your resolution and the specifics of your fitness goals for the year set in stone, you can incorporate the following health and fitness tips into your plan.
Take some time every day to turn off technology. Give yourself a break from being tuned in and on call. Breathe deeply, clear your mind and just be.
The more I work out, the more I realize it's not really about my own vanity or dropping a few pounds. The true thing it's training me for is a longer, healthier life with my family. I walk out of the gym feeling exhausted, but great. It makes me feel alive.
Keep in mind: that big container = big consumption. Similarly, when shopping for food, buy small containers and avoid jumbo-sized as they only encourage bigger portions.
People ask what I do when the munchies strike, how often I work out, and if I ever indulge in adult beverages! The answer is YES, I do, but I live by the 80/20 rule. Here are some of the things I do regularly to stay fit.
In Fortune Investor's Guide 2015, they say the Fortune Crystal Ball shows that there's a lot to look forward to in 2015. But other than the new Apple ...
With few exceptions, workout songs can be distinguished by two main attributes: popularity and speed. If a song has cracked the Top 40 chart and has a tempo above 125 beats per minute (BPM), there's a good chance you'll hear it in the gym.
Do New Year's resolutions work? Yes! If you do! Resolving to do something for the new year doesn't mean that you post it on Facebook, tell all your ...
I am not making any resolutions this year to change for the better. I have plenty of room for improvement but, like gender and sexuality, resolutions that are based in the binary of success/failure simply don't work for me.
I've seen people start health regimes with zeal, only to fizzle out without realizing lasting results. But I've also seen people, year after year, improve their bodies. To find out what makes the difference I asked some of my favorite fitness icons for answers, and here's what they had to say.
Once the clock strikes midnight on December 31, the real countdown begins: We've got 365 days to make small changes that lead to big results, so now's the time to make a game plan that will stack the resolution odds in your favor!