It’s time to answer that perennial question: Which is better: yoga or Pilates?
Type 2 diabetes is a serious disease that affects people worldwide.
Winter is the perfect time to jump on the kettlebell bandwagon. In case you haven’t heard of it or aren’t very familiar with it, a kettlebell is a weight that is shaped like a cannonball with a very thick handle attached to the top.
Dietary fat gets a bad rap, but there are several different types and not all are bad.
With our increasingly busy modern lives, it’s often difficult to fit everything we’d like in to all of our days.
For a lot of people, our motivation wanes as the cold weather creeps in – exercising outdoors is particularly challenging, and trudging to the gym seems like a chore.
It seems like Americans have only recently caught on to the benefits of soy and the various forms of soy protein, ranging from tempeh to roasted soybeans to soy protein powder.
Sometimes, the best kind of exercise happens when you don’t even know you’re getting a workout.
If you compared our bodies to machines, they would be some of the most complex, with very intricate processes that need careful maintenance and proper fuel.
Maybe you’ve been off your workout routine after an indulgent vacation of relaxation, eating and soaking up the sun; maybe you’re trying to amp up your fitness routine to get in shape for an event or just to feel good about yourself; or maybe you don’t want to trudge to the gym in extremely hot or cold temperatures.