I’m in good shape—I exercise five days a week, and I try to eat well. I usually do cardio and weights and stretch on my own, but recently went to a yoga class and was shocked at how challenging it was! Seriously, I can’t balance on one leg—at all. Is that a problem? How can ...
We think about food around 16 times a day. And that’s according to self-reporting participants, from a study performed at Ohio State University—which, note the researchers involved, probably means that number is even higher.
Every Monday, we’re rounding up the biggest news bites in health and wellness. In this week’s episode: treadmills, stationary bikes, and free weights at the gym are 362 times dirtier than a toilet seat.
Confession: one summer when I was a kid, my sole purpose in life was to teach myself the choreography from Janet Jackson’s “If.” Did I ever master the over-the-top moves? Let’s just say, I’m very lucky YouTube did not exist in 1993 to document my awkward attempts.
Primal living expert Mark Sisson is back, and he’s schooling us in our favorite subject: eating fats to burn fat.
Will weight training give you Incredible Hulk–like muscles? Should you be doing cardio or resistance training for the most optimal fat burning? How do you find your maximum heart rate? If only you could ask these questions of a celebrity trainer. Actually, you can. We’ve got you.
We all know yoga is an elemental way to ease stress and relieve tension. So it makes perfect sense that it could cure one of the major side effects of these emotional and physical issues: headaches.
“It’s my duty to shape that booty,” says celebrity trainer, Dolvett Quince. And according to him, your desk can double as a gym for getting lean and mean at lunch time. Want an excuse to take a break and get a killer bod in the process?
There’s no doubt that military veterans have pulled off plenty of heroic feats during their careers. So, Jillian Michaels was ready to give them a new challenge: completing one of her legendary workouts.
Monday moving slow for you? Keep this recipe—courtesy of The Biggest Loser trainer Dolvett Quince—in your pocket for a midweek breakfast that will rev up the rest of the week!
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