When it comes to preventing childhood obesity, parents are the best defense for their children.
Every training diet needs plenty of protein, but it doesn’t always have to come from meat.
Setting a goal is easy. Sticking to it and keeping yourself motivated is the hard part. Luckily, there are plenty of things you can do to stay focused with just a little effort and creativity.
Avoid injury and reap the rewards of an excellent pull-up.
Building endurance and burning calories with cardio doesn’t have to be done in the gym or outside. In fact, when you have machines in your home, you’re more likely to use them.
If you want to make your clothes fit better and improve your overall appearance and health, you need to incorporate strength training into your workouts.
Sometimes three meals a day isn’t enough, but that doesn’t mean you have to negate your hard work and healthy diet.
Combat the “sitting disease.” Stand up (literally) and fight obesity, heart disease and other ailments.
Trade your frozen meal or fast food trip during your break for a lunch that will satisfy and benefit you.
It’s crucial to feed your body the right fuel if you’re running a long race, so we’ve compiled snacks and meals to keep your nutrition in check.