"Eat less, move more"—whether you're trying to lose weight, melt fat, or muscle up, I'm sure you've heard this advice before. But losing weight, burning off stubborn fat, or gaining lean muscle isn't as easy as it sounds. Especially if you're over age 30 and you'be been losing and regaining weight for most of your life.
The truth is that in today's world of over-processed foods and ginormous portions most people struggle to lose weight. If you've endlessly been working to lose weight but haven't seen any significant results, you're probably ...
If there's anything moms of multiples know all too well, it's chronic stress. While they are doubly blessed, studies show that moms of multiples experience quadruple the stress, especially during the toddler and teen ages.
This chronic stress affects each mom in a different way, and for lots of moms, it's intense sugar cravings due to hormonal changes and chronic fatigue that stresses our adrenal glands to the point of overload. All of which zaps our energy, sending us running for anything that's sweet.
The sweet tooth makes things worse b...
Pain affects more than your weight loss:
15,000 people yearly die because of opioid use
More people die from prescription pill use than in car accidents
More than 100 million people in the U.S. have pain that won't go away
Over 95 percent of the world’s population has health problems with over a 1/3 having more than five ailments
A quarter of Americans (76.5 million) age 20 and over, report a pain problem that persists longer than 24 hours
Adults with back pain are often in worse physical and mental health than those without pain
No time for weights? Don’t worry — this Walking Interval Workout will hit every muscle on your body. If you’re stuck in a fitness rut and your weight loss has plateaued, it may be time to boost your cardio up a notch. By incorporating intervals and strength-training moves into your core walk, you will give your metabolism the boost it needs to help you lose weight faster. This metabolic boosting Core Walk also challenges your muscles in new ways so you’ll start seeing results again.This workout includes three different types of intervals and...
HOW TO TRAIN FOR A HALF MARATHON
Before starting any training for running a 13 mile half marathon distance, whether it's an organized race or on your own, you should regularly be running approximately 10–15 miles per week.
If you're just starting out, it's always a good idea to consult your doctor before starting anything as strenuous as training for a half marathon, especially if you've had an injury or health issue, or you're over age 40.
Good running starts with the right fuel for your body. For more details on the fuel your body nee...