You know that feeling. You just had a very large, very filling dinner and you feel you couldn’t possibly eat one more bite of anything. But slowly, you get the feeling that something’s missing – something sweet.
Stretching feels good when you have tight muscles because it increases blood flow, but it’s also important for flexibility, range of motion and reduced risk of a muscle strain.
If you’re on a diet or at least conscious about what you’re eating, dining out can be a Catch-22.
Golfing is a great social sport to do with friends, family and colleagues.
If you’ve got a major sweet tooth, keeping candy bars, cake, cookies and ice cream out of your diet can be your main source of trouble.
We often picture professional athletes as muscular and meat-eating.
During the spring and summer, many people’s motivation for hitting the gym or trails is to look healthy and toned on the beach.
If it’s 3 p.m. on and you’re trying to power through the last few hours of work, it can be tempting to grab another coffee.
Working out in the winter can be a real drag, especially when there are heaps of snow on the ground and it’s -10 degrees outside.
Many people decide to combine diet and exercise to drop a few pounds.