Drinking just one extra cup of water each day could seriously benefit your diet and add up to major calorie savings.
Our bodies need protein for pretty much everything. It’s the building block of all the cells in our bodies—skin, muscles, bones, cartilage, hair, you name it. Eating enough of it every day is essential for our bodies to repair damaged cells and to create new ones. When you get too little protein, over time, it can impact every aspect of your health.
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Let’s face it — it’s tough to find the motivation to exercise outside these days. During the work week, sometimes both legs of our daily commutes are completed in utter darkness. And while weekend sunshine is appreciated, it doesn’t do much to warm up our wintry surroundings. But before you throw in the towel and restrict yourself to the crowded, stuffy gym for the next few months, it may be worth giving the idea of a winter workout a second thought.
New Year new you? We all want to live a little healthier, but that doesn’t mean we have to make massive changes. These easy health tips are simple and sustainable ways to increase wellness in a big way…
This year was full of high energy songs to motivate you in the gym. Our Music Director is here to bring you the top workout tracks of 2016 and where to find them on Fit Radio!
1) Rihanna Ft. Drake-Work
2) Skrillex Ft. Rick Ross-Purple Lamborghini
3) Sia Ft. Kendrick Lamar- The Greatest
4) Fat Joe & Remy Ma- All The Way Up (Feat. French Montana & Infrared)
5) Tujamo Ft. Inaya Day-Keep Pushin
6) Fitz And The Tantrums-HandClap
7) Galantis-No Money
8) Jax Jones Ft. Mike Dunn, MNEK- House Work
9) Chance The Rapper- No Problem
10) Dua Lipa- Blow Your Mind (Mwah)
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.
Research consistently finds that listening to music distracts athletes from their “bodily awareness”. And a recent study found that not just listening, but controlling and creating music in time to one’s pace had an even more profound effect on perceived effort during a workout. Here are seven very good reasons to rock out during your next gym session. More