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You can get through the holidays without feeling like an overstuffed turkey with these tips and a post-Thanksgiving workout.
Your metabolic rate is the rate at which your body converts food into energy. As you get older, your metabolic rate tends to decrease. Here are some tips to keep it elevated.
When you work hard all year to stay fit and live a healthy lifestyle, you can't afford to backtrack when the holidays come around.
It takes a lot of energy to plan a wedding, while also balancing life's other obligations and demands. Just make sure your fitness routine doesn't slip through the cracks.
Take advantage of the season with these healthy foods and leg-focused exercises.
High heels, kitten heels and platform heels. No matter the shape, heels are a common item in many wardrobes.
If you hit your back-to-workout routine just as the kids went back to school, chances are, you could be feeling a bit sore now. But don't let that hinder your progress. Here are eight ways you can reduce muscle soreness.
It's football season. Here are some tips on how you can keep the touchdowns up and your weight down.
While the statistics of childhood obesity are frightening, parents have the power to reverse the trend. Playing an active role in your child's nutrition and fitness lifestyle can help them stay healthy and happy throughout their lives.
"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." It's something you hear all the time -- and it's no joke.