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.
Worried about losing all of your hard-earned muscle during the holiday season? Here’s how long it takes…
Calorie counting is a useful way to lose weight, but a new study suggests a fitness tracker could sabotage your efforts.
With the right strategy – it’s possible to combat stress eating and couch-sitting and come out of this experience even stronger!
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:
If you’re looking to lose weight, push yourself to your outer limits by including lunges.
Few things are more frustrating than seeing little progress after starting a workout routine—and sticking to it—no matter how many gym sessions you log or sweaty laundry loads you do. It’s so frustrating, in fact, that it might even tempt you to quit. But before you start slacking, know the simple mistakes that could beContinue reading “5 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Workouts”