Two beloved winter activities of all snow-dwellers and even people from warm locales are skiing and snowboarding. In fact, for many people, hitting the slopes is the one bright spot of a very long winter.
If you’re exercising for weight loss and paying attention to the calories you take in and how many you burn during each workout, you should know that making small changes in your routine can lead to increased weight loss success.
We recently caught up with Joe Garcia, a marketing professional who spent 10 years at Equinox as a personal trainer.
Maybe you’re an avid runner or biker but you live in a snowy region that makes these activities very difficult or impossible to do for several months out of the year.
There will definitely be days where it’s too cold to run outside or you just don’t feel like hopping in the car, trekking to the gym and fighting for a parking spot.
If you’ve ever been downhill skiing, you know that it can be quite good exercise.
Triathlete Dustin Hinton’s tips on going vegan for individual, environmental and community-wide effects
We recently interviewed Dustin Hinton, a three-time IRONMAN triathlete, dedicated father and vegan. In part one of our two-part interview, which you can read here, Hinton shared his story.
We recently had a chance to interview Dustin Hinton, a dedicated father, vegan and three-time IRONMAN triathlete – make that five times, after he completes IRONMAN Louisville and IRONMAN Florida within 10 weeks of each other later this year.
Fast food restaurants have been stepping it up lately by offering healthier fare like salads and fruit, reducing the fat in their meals and providing nutritional information so consumers can make informed decisions.
Colostrum – specifically bovine colostrum – is the first milk that a mother provides to her newborn calf.