Warm weather is synonymous with barbecues, picnics and simple, no-cook meals. These delicious recipes take advantage of summer staples and are high in protein.
According to a study, only 19% of people stick to their New Year resolution. You can buck the trend!!
While it’s a great plan to form better weight-loss in the new year, you can always start (or return to it) anytime.
Calorie counting is a useful way to lose weight, but a new study suggests a fitness tracker could sabotage your efforts.
Digital communication of physical arts is NOT a new thing. Workout videos, wrestling and MMA fighting have all been digitized starting from TV spots, YouTube and just about anywhere you can find a screen.
If you’re new to spring sports, you may be a bit overwhelmed by all the gear and lingo that gets thrown around by the more experienced athletes. You may wonder if you really need everything people to talk about, or if it’s OK to start out with a few basics.
Can’t go to the gym or studio because of covid-19? there is a way you can do combined cardio and resistance training at home. Try this workout:
Every weight loss enthusiast’s dream to zap belly fat but, far from pure vanity, there’s actually a reason why having a lot of fat in the abdominal region can be dangerous.
We all know hydration is key. Yet it seems like the whole country is on an H2O hiatus. After all, who needs regular old water from the tap when you can chug coconut water?
There’s a saying that if you’re new to lifting weights, any program will make you stronger. While it’s true that “newbie gains” can be attained doing just about anything, experienced lifters will often tell you that in hindsight, they wish they’d known what they know now when they first started lifting.