fitness

You don’t have to go on a juice cleanse or try to obey impossible-to-follow diets to lose weight. By learning to track your macronutrient intake, in addition to your workout routine, you can devise a...
Warmer weather means a chance to get outdoors and reconnect with nature — it’s also another great way to fit in some exercise. What better way to be among Mother Earth than to hike in her forests and...
Last week, a Facebook user posted a lengthy message for "the fatty running on the Westview track." The tone changes from condescending to motivational halfway through, but one man — who has gone...
The snow, cold and all-around dreary weather might make summer seem like a distant dream, but the warmer months will be here before you know it. If you've fallen off the New Year's resolution wagon,...
If your “new year, new you” goal has been, um, slow to start, don’t despair. Signing up for a fitness challenge could be just the thing you need to set you up on the right track to success.
Exercise in the winter is a good idea, but there are a few things to remember before working up a sweat.
While we reflect on a year come and gone, and on the new year ahead, we'd like to recognize the top 25 blogs we either started following throughout the year or fell deeper in love with in 2013.
Why not take on a new sport to burn calories and build body strength? This infographic shows you exactly what to expect: average calories torched per hour, each activity's general learning curve and...
Keeping a New Year’s resolution doesn’t have to be difficult, as some studies suggest. To make 2014 a year of success, stick to one resolution, and follow these simple steps.
Most people focus on weight loss, fitness and ways to improve their physical health when it comes to New Year's resolutions — and that's admirable. But it's important to keep in mind that health isn'...

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