Even if you have fine-tuned your diet, you know you still need to exercise. Movement is essential for facilitating fat and weight loss, as well as for your overall mental and physical well-being.
The statistics are staggering. Over 42 percent of adults in the United States are classified as obese. Looking at that data, it should come as no surprise that Americans spent $78 billion in the weight loss category in 2019.
Leg day at the gym may not be something you look forward to, but if you’re like most people, strong and defined thighs make looking in the mirror a much more pleasant experience.
If you struggle with getting (and staying) active, you are not alone. Although we all know that moving is essential for staying mobile, getting fit, losing weight, and exercising regularly can be tough.
Since there is nothing to love about love handles, how they got their name is a mystery. The truth is, many of us spend time trying to eliminate, or at least reduce, these unwanted areas of fat around our hip area.
Without exercise, your body won’t burn the calories of the food you eat, and without food, you won’t have the energy you need for exercise. Good nutrition combined with regular workouts helps boost weight management, fitness, and overall well-being.
There are specific glute workouts to help you mold this hard-to-target area to get the exact look you crave.
Finding the motivation to pursue your resolutions can be challenging, but support from experienced coaches and a community will keep you engaged, accountable, and motivated.
It’s about that time again when most of us make commitments for the New Year. Most of us promise to make positive lifestyle changes or set personal health goals to better ourselves.
One of the best ways to support your mental health is through fitness. Whether you stretch, pump iron, run on a treadmill, or take a walk around the block, just about any movement will help your outlook.