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12 Ways to Stay Fit This July 4th

By Maire,

4th of July fitness ideas

True, the founding fathers were probably pros at hot dog and watermelon eating contests, but Independence Day celebrations can be so much more. A big get-together is the perfect way to get outside and organize a group fitness activity. So whether the crowd’s up for hardcore tug-of-war or hiking a historic trail, we’ve got it covered with 12 ways to get active on July 4th this year. More

Fit Radio Success Story – Meet Breena Martinez

By Maire,

Breena Martinez is a two-time Olympia Bold Building Qualifier and three-time IFBB Pro Bikini champion. She has recently qualified for her 3rd Olympia earlier this year. Read how this competitive athlete and professional fitness director uses Fit Radio to reach her goals. More

15 Foolproof Strategies to Stick to Your Fitness Resolutions

By Maire,

Meet your New Year's Resolution Goal

You don’t need superpowers or an iron will to commit to being healthier this year. Whether your goal is to do 10 push-ups, run a marathon, or simply take the stairs more often—you can get there! Check out these tips to have your fittest year yet.

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No Excuses: The Top 10 Christmas Workouts

By Maire,

From ladders to circuits, movies to songs, these 10 workouts are not only great calorie burners but fun and creative too. Click through to find one (or two or three) to try. More

Get Fit for Ski Season: 6-Week Workout Plan

By Maire,

Get Fit Ski Workout

Are you one of the millions of skiers who hit the ski slopes hard opening week only to hobble around for the first few days afterward? Here’s a full-body workout plan get your body in shape for the entire ski season. More

31 Healthy Holiday Dessert Recipes

By Maire,

We know what’s on your gift list: Easy holiday desserts that taste great, are good for you (OK, not as sugary or fattening as traditional seasonal treats), and make amazing gifts. You’re welcome!

There’s nothing better than spending a cold winter day inside by the fire, whipping up delicious holiday treats for your friends and family. But all those baked goods you indulge in during the month of December can take a toll on your waistline; according to recent research from Cornell University, the average weight gain for Americans during the Christmas-New Year’s season is 1.3 pounds. (What’s more, it took half the participants in the study five months to shed the weight they’d gained during the holidays.)

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