Do you wish there was a magical pill that you could take to help you lose weight without changing anything else in your life? I do! Remember how all you needed to drop down to your less than ideal skinny figure was a bad break up? Those days become fewer and fewer as you get older and as relationships get better.
Several months ago I jumped into a healthier lifestyle. I started working out, eating better and using supplements. I was so excited to get out of the tired and rundown person I had become but something went haywire and knocked me on my butt.
Have you thought about getting fit, only to let yourself down time after time? What is it that held you back? Did you simply give up or did you fail to maintain the momentum you had when you initially started? All of these are common reasons for giving up the battle to whip your body back into shape...
How many times have you started a workout routine only to stop weeks or months later? It is great to want to slim down, bulk up, run faster, or train harder. But if we aren't smart about trying to reach our goals, most likely they won't become a reality. In this third installment of our new fitness column, London-based trainer Aaron Breckell tells you how to smarten up and get fit once and for all
Getting in shape is difficult! Anyone who has ever attempted to do so knows what a challenge it is. That’s why we developed this new fitness series where we invite trainers from around the world to share their hard-won insights to help you accomplish your goal. In this edition, celebrity trainer Michael Wittig helps you change your body for life!
In our new fitness series, I've invited guest trainers to share some of their best tips and tricks for getting fit during 2014. In this feature, Seattle trainer Justin Wade dishes up five things you can do to help you find your slimmer self...
Potatoes are always a part of Southern cooking: French fries, fried potatoes and onions, baked potatoes and boiled potatoes with other veggies are yummy sides to any main course. Potatoes are inexpensive, usually fat-free and cholesterol-free source of vitamins and fiber. But a new study has shown that potatoes might contribute to weight gain -- and not just when they are fried.