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Exercise Equivalents for Thanksgiving Dinner

On the high end of estimates, Thanksgiving dinner can total about 4,500 calories! In exercise terms that can mean a whole lot of burpees and crunches...

Frightening Fitness – Overcoming Common Workout Fears

Take a closer look at a few common fitness fears and the strategies you can use to ban them from your workout routine.

Post-Workout Dos and Don’ts

Exercise is essential, but it’s not enough to simply put in your time at the gym. Here are some critical dos and don’ts that can make or break your workout.

Travel-Friendly Workout Tips to Take with You

While it may not be practical to go all out with your exercise routine as you travel, you can stay in shape with a few simple tips for working out anywhere.

How Bicycles Can Save Your Life

Not only is bicycling a source of fun and entertainment, riding a bike can be a great way to remain active and improve your overall health and fitness.

What Does Your Favorite Movie Say About Your Health?

When you curl up on the couch and browse Netflix for some on-screen entertainment, you may not think much about how your movie choice reflects on your health.

Ways to Spring Clean Your Fitness Plan

Fallen behind on your resolution to lose weight or get fit? Whether you've reached a plateau or simply lost interest in the gym, spring is a great time to clean up your fitness routine.

Top Calorie Burners to Include in Your At-Home Workout

Cold winter weather keeping you indoors? These simple at-home workouts can help you burn serious calories and stay fit when you can’t make it to the gym.

What Does Your Heart Rate Have to Do with Your Fitness?

You may see gym patrons avidly checking their heart rates throughout their workouts, but is this kind of monitoring really necessary?

Which Wearable Activity Trackers Are Actually Worth the Investment?

Activity trackers range from $50 to $200, so they can be quite an investment. Consider these differences when deciding which tracker will fit your needs.

Can You Still Work Out When You Are Sick?

You may be able to safely burn some calories while you fight off your symptoms as long as you stick to the right workouts and avoid overexerting yourself.

Why You Shouldn’t Wait for the New Year to Get Active

Getting active now will not only give you a jump-start on the New Year; it also has some extra benefits that are worth the early effort.

Ways to Work Off that Thanksgiving Dinner

You might think twice before lounging all day and then eating such a large meal. Here are a few ways you stay active on one of the laziest days of the year.

How Much Exercise Do You Need to Work Off Your Favorite...

How much exercise do you need to work off your favorite Halloween treats? Find out how many jumping jacks and jogs you need to go on to burn those extra calories ...

Get Creative with Survival Themed Workouts

Could you run for your life if the situation arose? Hopefully you never have to find out, but it doesn’t hurt to be in shape for the occasion.

Staying Fit this Back-to-School Season

As classes gear up you might notice your fitness take a backseat. However, taking the time to get enough exercise can ultimately benefit your academics...

4 Fun Vacation Workouts to try this Summer

Exercising while you are on vacation doesn’t have to be a chore. Ditch the hotel fitness center and try these more adventurous forms of exercise instead.

The Fitness App Battle Begins with Apple’s HealthKit and Google Fit

Get your phones ready - the development of health programs by both Apple and Google will soon give people the ability to track and improve their health.

Backyard Workouts for the Whole Family

Ditch your gym membership for the summer and take advantage of the great weather with backyard workouts that will help your whole family work up a sweat.
Soak up the Sun and Get Fit This Spring

Soak up the Sun and Get Fit This Spring

With flowers in bloom and signs of winter fading, an outdoor workout can be just what you need to kick start a season of...