Stubborn belly fat that just won’t seem to budge becomes more common after menopause. In an attempt to tame this fat, some people turn to aerobic exercise when resistance training might be a better option. Find out what research shows about aerobic exercise versus resistance training for targeting belly fat.
How healthy are your knees? Osteoarthritis of the knees becomes increasingly common with age. Find out what the biggest risk factor is for knee arthritis, the role exercise plays and what you can do to keep your knees healthy for life.
Winter brings with it cold temperatures, colds and flu viruses. For some people, it brings on a case of the winter blues. It doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 5 things you can do when the temperatures drop to stay healthy and energized all winter long.
With so many books out there telling you how to boost your metabolism and how important it is to do so, the last thing you want to do is slow yours down. Certain diet and lifestyle habits can cause your metabolic rate to drop. Here are some you should know about.
The holidays are over but we’re just getting started!!! Kick off the New Year with this high intensity cardio/strength fitness rotation that features Ripped with Hiit as well as my other popular workouts. Eat well, sleep well, drink extra water and let’s get busy!
High-intensity interval training is a fast way to enjoy the benefits of exercise – but what effect does it have on your appetite? Are you likely to compensate for the calories you burned by eating more? Find out what research shows and how to avoid the pitfalls of out-eating your workout.
Gluteal amnesia? Can your glutes really forget how to activate? Yes, they can and it’s common in people who sit too much. Find out what causes gluteal amnesia, how it can impact your training and what you can do to correct it.
How important is it to have a “can do” mindset when it comes to getting fit? According to research, how you think is a powerful force for change. Find out the role mindset plays in fitness success and how to cultivate a positive one.
It’s no secret that all forms of fiber have health benefits and most people don’t get enough of it. One benefit is the effects of fiber on appetite and satiety. Are all forms of fiber equally effective at controlling appetite? Read on and find out.