Finding the time to lose weight and stay physically fit can be challenging with today’s busy schedules. Use these tips to help make exercise a more convenient part of your daily life. [Read more]
If Canadian researchers are right, Nike may have figured out the key to getting enough exercise a long time ago. It seems that the answer to getting more exercise is simple: Just do it. [Read more]
New research suggests that some video games may actually be good for your health.
A study funded by Nintendo and conducted by Motohiko Miyachi, PhD, of the National Institute of Health and Nutrition in Tokyo, looked at the popular Wii Fit Plus and Wii Sports video games to determine how much energy is expended by gamers. [Read more]
The holidays can mean packing on extra weight thanks to excessive amounts of food and a wide variety of high fat and sugary holiday treats. Burn off the extra calories by fitting more physical activity into your daily routine. The holidays bring more food, but they also bring a great excuse to get moving. [Read more]
If you are looking to tone your “posterior,” you are in good company. Buttocks make the list of things to tone for most of us as age and gravity take their toll. Luckily there are some good exercises you can do that will help accomplish this–and many of them will work other muscles at the same time. [Read more]
Chances are that at some point in your diet you have noticed that it is much easier to gain one pound than it is to lose one. After a week of eating right and working out, sometimes the scale only moves one little pound down. And while it is important to recognize every individual pound as its own victory, it can be frustrating. [Read more]