Healthy Tips + Motivation

Stay fit during the holidays with these effective diet & exercise tips

Thanksgiving is a time to be with family and express gratitude for good health, a safe home, and other blessings. It’s also a time to feast. While a day or two of indulgence wouldn’t hurt, eating clean and staying active during the holiday season ensures the hard work you put into keeping fit doesn't go to waste.

7 Effective ways to stay motivated to work out, backed by science

People who don’t exercise may be hindered by many factors. The good news is that even if you hate working out, it’s not hopeless.

Losing weight is one of the most common and most compelling reasons why people begin and continue to exercise. But despite wanting to lose weight, you may still find many reasons not to: the weather is too hot or too cold, you don’t have workout clothes, you’re too busy or too tired, and so on.

Choosing The Best Gym: Factors You Need To Consider

Do you really need to join a gym?

Perhaps you can do all the exercise you need in your garage or at the park. Maybe working out at home may be working out (pun intended) for you. These are practical options, but...
A gym membership offers benefits that you won’t get from a home workout or a jog in the park.

Discover The Many Benefits of Group Exercise Classes

There are massive benefits to working out alone. You manage your own time and perform your own routine without any distraction. Then there are 1:1 workout sessions with a personal trainer, which provide even more benefits. You get guidance from a fitness professional who makes sure you have the right form and helps you learn new movements and techniques.

Why You Should Add Pandiculation to Your Training Routine

If you're an athlete, you're probably familiar with muscle memory—it's why we keep practicing a movement when we want to get better at it. When we repeat a movement like swinging a golf club over and over, the neurons involved in controlling that movement develop stronger and more efficient connections.

The Essential Components of a Complete Fitness Program

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines physical fitness as “the ability to carry out daily tasks with vigor and alertness, without undue fatigue, and with ample energy to enjoy leisure-time pursuits and respond to emergencies.” Put another way, if you can perform certain activities — from simple household chores to complex exercises — without hurting yourself, you’re considered physically fit.