Always on the road? Travel doesn't have to interfere with your fitness goals. Stash these must-have healthy items in your suitcase to stay on track.
The hardest part about getting into a healthy and fit groove is getting started. And when you’re already trying to maintain your work-life balance, it gets even harder. As you embark upon that journey towards a healthier you, there will be times when you’re not sure what you should and should not do. Keep these 5 dos and donts in mind to stay...
We’ve recently written about ways to fit in your workout, whether you’re hitting the gym or prefer to stay fit from the comfort of home. But even if you’re working out on a regular basis, studies show that sitting for long periods of time can still hurt your health in the long run – and that’s exactly what many of us...
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