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GPS FOR THE SOUL
Friendship And Our Vagus Nerve
Jane Simon, M.D.
Writes a weekly blog, www.drsimonsays.blogspot.com
5 Ways To Motivate Yourself To Exercise During The Colder Months
A place to find useful information from the people who've been...
Whatever your goals are, focus on the day at hand and try to be patient. It's natural to feel impeded by the miserable weather and overwhelmed by all the things you feel you haven't accomplished
9 Ways Dating And Working Out Are Similar
Senior Contributors Editor, HuffPost
Both discovering what dating is again and experimenting with the gym and new workouts have a learning curve that requires trial and error. Here are nine ways they are extremely similar...
Don't Act Your Age
Judi Sheppard Missett
Founder and CEO of Jazzercise
Age is just a number. It's how many candles are on a cake. It's not you. It's not what defines you. How we treat the passage of years is up to us. I've learned to appreciate my decades and the experiences they've given me. I've decided to focus on growing rather than aging. Who's with me?
10 Top Race Dos And Don'ts
Race season is upon us. Make the most of yours with our road-tested rights and wrongs so you'll know exactly what to do (and, ahem, what you can get away with) before your next fit event.
It's Baaaaack! Swimsuit Season Is Lurking Around the Corner
Outspoken women’s health and wellness advocate, menopause awar...
Like the changing of the seasons, during perimenopause and menopause, our bodies change too (and not always for the better). It's how we deal with those changes that determines how we are perceived by others.
Getting in Shape Doesn't Have to Be Such a Drag
Why have we made exercising -- at least the way we do it in the places that have come to be known as "health clubs" -- such an awful experience? If we're going to redefine success to include well-being, we also need to redefine getting in shape to include mental and soul fitness.
Fear Traveling? Go From "Headcase to Suitcase" With These 8 Steps
Rita Anya Nara
Author of 'The Anxious Traveler'
7. Have back-up plans. Have a Plan B to deal with everything from metro strikes and public rallies to lost luggage and closed attractions.
The Important Distinction Between Exercising and Training
Powerlifter; Coach; Author, 'Starting Strength: Basic Barbell ...
Once you set up a plan that continually increases your strength and your endurance, and that also controls your diet, you're
, and your goal is now being prepared for, not wished for.
Hate To Exercise? Phone Study Suggests Possible Fix
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Train Like the Fittest on Earth: Top CrossFit Athletes Reveal Their Go-To Moves
Registered dietitian; Co-author, 'The Real Skinny: Appetite fo...
Ever wonder how the best CrossFit athletes get competition-ready? Here are the go-to exercises of the top 2013 CrossFit Games competitors.
My Definition Of Healthy Is Better Than Yours
Jordan K. Turgeon
Senior Lifestyle Blog Editor, The Huffington Post
For me, health means strength. Health means trying each day to treat my body well. That kind of health goes beyond just diet and exercise. It comes in a variety of sizes. And if you don't carry that size in your store, I'm happy to take my money elsewhere.
Cleaning: The Physical and Mental
Attorney, Kids App Developer, Yoga & Meditation Enthusiast...
Let's not dump too many intentions onto cleaning or onto exercise; it's just confusing. Keep them separate. Do these activities with separate intentions and let habits form. Creating good habits from things we enjoy is how we remain happy and healthy.
Less Is More: Is Too Much Exercise Bad for You?
Richard Stokvis, M.D.
Gerald M. Pohost, M.D.
Ehud Baron, M.D.
Let's exercise and do it well! That is a major ingredient in maintaining a healthy body and a healthy soul.
The Truth About Staying Fit After 65
That's Not How You Do It
Walking Slower? THIS May Be The Cause
Simple Math: Same Old + Same Old = Same Old
International bestselling Book Author, Storyteller, Philosophe...
Whether the issue is working out at the gym or continuing a business practice, we're creatures of habit. And there's nothing wrong with habits -- they can keep us on track. The problem is when habits become "dead zones," void of mindfulness and awareness.
5 Smart Ways To Fuel Up Before You Work Out
Increase Intensity, Increase Results
Angel Investor, Strength Coach, author of Man 2.0: Engineering...
If getting a great body was easy, every woman would look Jessica Biel, and every guy would have a body like Kellan Lutz.
Experiment With Another Year of Life
Entertainment Executive, Investor and Producer
Every New Year all of us reflect upon our lives. We attempt to grow, learn and become inspired to improve ourselves. We begin the year with an ardency that could light monuments. Is this all reality? Or are we setting ourselves up repeatedly to fail?
HEALTH AND FITNESS
How To Break Out Of A Fitness Rut
Co-Founder of Results Fitness
Too many people get stuck in a rut of doing the same routine for years and most of those routines only work on one aspect of fitness -- usually the aspect that they are already good at.
My Magic Running Shoes
CEO and Chairman of Rodale, Inc. and book author
I was one of those depressed, overweight, overstressed people who always had a reason why I wouldn't or couldn't run. The most pressing reason was that sneakers made my feet feel so hot that I couldn't bear to wear them. Ever.
Exercise Won't Make You Thin?
An Open Letter to Cheryl Burke
Author of the books Teen Chat and Foodaholic, licensed psychot...
Who are these people who are jumping all over Cheryl for gaining a few pounds? Women who are way heavier, less successful, and not on TV, I would guess.
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