• Paleo “Caveman” Diet

    Females and males, alike, are participating in CrossFit, an exercise that focuses on creating a competitive nature among its participants, through aerobic, body weight and Olympic weightlifting exercises. In order to succeed in perfecting the ideal physique, participants are told to follow a strict Paleolithic, or “caveman ” diet. The Paleolithic diet (often referred to […]
  • 10 Top Coolest Health and Fitness Gadgets

    It’s a new era for healthcare – medications are getting more unconventional and technology & innovation is helping us in taking better care of ourselves. This opens opportunities for gadgets that help you monitor your health and fitness issues. Here are several fitness gadgets that may change your life! Nike Fuelband ($159.81) Just following your […]
  • The 6 Best January Marathons in the U.S.

    Two of the most famous marathons in the U.S. — the Boston Marathon and the New York Marathon — are held in spring and fall, respectively. But that doesn’t mean that the months between are completely lacking in great races! In fact, there are plenty of exciting marathons being held in January of 2015. Get […]
  • Why You Should Choose a Gluten-Free Diet.

    You have all seen it. Too many people joining the Gluten-Free bandwagon. What is the deal? And, more importantly, is it good for you? Gluten is the “protein” that allows breaded products the “elasticity to stick together.” However, you do not need to suffer from Celiac Disease, or even have a gluten allergy, to reap […]
  • A Unique Perspective On Losing Weight

    You’re probably thinking right now that you’ve heard it all when it comes to the subject of losing weight. I don’t want to suggest that I have all of the answers, or that I am going to recount to you a method of losing weight that is entirely unique, but I do think that my […]
  • 6 Ways to Use Your Home to Promote Activity

    Inertia is a powerful thing. It is the tendency for an object that isn’t moving to resist movement and it is the number one risk factor for inactivity creeping into your lifestyle. The more comfortable you feel curled up on the couch in pajamas and a with a bowl of popcorn the less likely you […]
  • The Case for Mountains: High Altitude Health Benefits

    Though it is generally agreed that mountains are one of nature’s most impressive and beautiful landscape types, they often get bad press when it comes to health. Sure mountains may offer a place for us to get outside and work up a sweat but if you go too high too fast you are in for […]
  • Five Ways to Increase Your Mental Strength

    In today’s fast paced world, few people take the time to stay physically fit and even fewer people work on their mental health. In order to be ready for anything, the mind needs to believe and be in the right space. Yet somehow millions of people neglect their own mind-sets. Below I highlight some of […]
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  • 6 Tips on Running in Cold Weather

    Many people enjoy running outside, but once cold weather strikes it’s back to the treadmill indoors. That doesn’t have to be the case! As long as you’re prepared with the proper gear and mindset, running outside in the winter can be a very enjoyable experience, not to mention a good workout. Here’s what you need […]
  • 5 Easy Steps To Becoming An Amazing Runner

    While growing up I was probably one of the most sedentary people I knew. This was all fine and dandy until I started putting on more weight than I would have liked. I tried a number of ways to burn calories, from basketball, to jumping jacks, to using a jump rope, but none have been […]
  • 5 Ways That Exercise Keeps You Young

    We’ve all heard the typical refrain from people who are getting older and are told to exercise more, maybe we’ve even uttered it ourselves: “I’m too old for that.” As we age we are conditioned to think that physical activity should taper off. At some point around the age of 40, conventional wisdom tells us, […]
  • 4 Steps To Reducing Your Caffeinated Calories

    If you’re anything like me, then you practically need caffeine to survive. If I’m not guzzling down two cups of coffee in the morning, I basically feel dead for the the entire day. One big problem for caffeine lovers in today’s world is that they gravitate towards shops like Starbucks or others, and get their […]
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