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Coaches’ New Years Tips
Our #CardioCoaches know a thing or two about setting realistic goals & making strides to achieve them practically.💪 Read more to see their tips on how to set (and actually keep) your resolutions this year.
Meet #CardioCoach Zeenat
Who’s our new Cardio Coach Zeetrainme!? Read more to find out!
5 can’t-miss strategies to keep your fitness goals on track this holiday season
If there’s any time for excuses, it’s during the holidays when sweaters come out, socializing heats up and the overindulging begins.
9 Ways to Exercise at the Mall
When winter hits and walking outside becomes too cold for comfort, it can be too easy to skip exercise and curl up on the couch to weather winter. Not so fast: With this easy (and free) mall exercise plan, you can continue to walk off weight all winter long. Even […]
Tell Us Why You’re Thankful For Fit Radio & Win a FREE iPhone X!
Want to win a FREE iPhone? Tell us why you’re thankful for Fit Radio! Here’s how to enter.
Your Perfect Post-Thanksgiving Workout
Just in case you overdid the turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving, we have the perfect workout for you! Created by Delon Nelson, owner of D&I Fitness Studios in Manhattan and New Jersey, this eight-exercises-in-eight-minutes-circuit workout is guaranteed to get you back on track after a big meal.
Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Workout
Thanksgiving, and the holiday season, seems like a weight-gain trap. Instead of depriving yourself from the delicious meal, boost your metabolism to burn fat and calories.
Just 1 Hour of Exercise Per Week Could Prevent Depression
A new study that examined data from almost 34,000 people has found that as little as 1 hour of exercise each week, regardless of intensity, can help to prevent depression.