If you’re tight on training time, having a solid race and even a great race is well within your reach.
If you’re a fan of weekend brunch, you already know that it can be an easy meal for splurging. After all, it’s usually a laid back, lengthy affair where it’s tempting to have a cocktail and an indulgent entrée — especially if you’re dining out — as well as other treats you wouldn’t normally have during the week. But if you’re health-conscious, you don’t have to choose between enjoying a delicious brunch and skipping it altogether! Use these expert-approved tips to navigate the brunch menu the healthy way.
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
Just like it helps to have an exercise plan in mind before you hit the gym, being prepared with the right pre-workout snack will keep you on track with your fitness regimen. Not sure what to eat to fuel up? The rules of eating before exercise can be confusing, so we asked nutrition pros for their go-to recommendations. From healthy carbs for an energy boost to protein for staying power, these expert-approved eats will help you maximize your workout.
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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…
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
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.)
It happens to the best of us: Thanksgiving rolls around and we enjoy the holiday dinner a little too much.If you find yourself in this situation this year, you don’t have to suffer through the aftereffects. Here are some things you can do the day after Thanksgiving that will help you feel better—plus some tips for getting your diet back on track for the rest of the holiday season. More
You’re not imagining it. Winter is coming. Now, there’s no daylight when your alarm clock goes off, you will log more miles than you’d like to count on the “dreadmill”, and — duh — it’s getting really cold out there. We’ve rounded up our favorite calorie-busting workouts that can be done indoors to get through these long weeks of winter. And who knows — you might even find a workout you’ll want to do all year long.