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The Many Benefits of Going for a Walk

by Maria Luci, editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and Rodale’s What’s a simple, fun, and beneficial exercise you can easily add to your daily routine? Taking a good stroll! Yes, walking. The beauty of walking as exercise is that it takes little to no equipment (just some shoes and maybe a little sunscreen) and […]

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Get Inspired to Perspire with These Top Fitness Trends for 2016

by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, FACSM, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition Winter is beginning to wrap up. Early blossoms are blooming, days are warming, and you are looking to get more active. Whether you’re a regular exerciser who wants to change things up or an absolute exercise newbie, […]

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3 Exercise Essentials You Can’t Turn Your Back On

by guest blogger Greg Hoak, MS, CSCS In my experience as a trainer, I’ve noticed that people tend to overwork the muscles that they can see in the mirror—the chest, abs, arms, and quads. These muscles usually get the most attention in a self-designed exercise routine, while your upper, mid, and low back areas are […]

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3 Reasons You Can’t Ditch Your Workouts This Holiday Season

  by guest blogger Greg Hoak, MS, CSCS The holiday season is here, and with all of the stress and chaos associated with it, people’s workouts are often the first thing to drop off of their daily “to-do” list. But dropping the dumbbells to decorate? Or skipping cardio to bake cookies? Holiday activities are no […]

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Defying The Odds: 8 Tips for Sticking to Your Health and Fitness Goals

by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition We’ve all read the bleak statistics: Study after study drills home the fact that less than 5 percent of folks who shed pounds are able to keep them off. Yet, some do defy the odds. Like Sandie Leonard, whose […]

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The Real World Guide to Losing Weight

by guest blogger Greg Hoak, MS, CSCS Even after being a personal trainer for nearly 15 years, starting with a new client is still always exciting for me. Over the years, I’ve worked with people of all ages and fitness levels, from professional MMA fighters to hardworking stay-at-home moms and busy business executives. Increasingly, no […]

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Fitness Foursquare: My Way to Check In During Travel

by guest blogger Gina Kim, Women’s Health editorial intern Wrangling my foot around my body and arching my back into position, I find it almost impossible to catch a breath. “Can you hurry, please?” I ask, as I manage to half-laugh through gritted teeth. “Click.” I first decided to instagram photos of myself in fitness […]

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Thou Shalt Not Be Judged: Thoughts on Online Body Shaming

by guest blogger Rebecca Norris, Men’s Health sales assistant, blogger, writer, and fitness buff This is my personal story about body shaming. I’m not quite sure where to begin but here goes… Recently, on a Friday after a hard workout, I took an obligatory #FitPic for my progress folder. In the moment, feeling damn proud […]

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