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If it's not there already, apple cider vinegar deserves a home in your kitchen cupboard. It's rich in vitamins E, A, and P, magnesium, iron, calcium - the list goes on and on. If the vitamins and minerals alone are not enough reasonShow More Summary
The good news: you're getting stronger and faster with each workout. The bad news: you're not seeing the results you're used to. Is your workout getting stale? If you're fearing that you've hit that dreaded workout plateau, read on for five ways to make your workout even more effective.
If you have a few 5Ks and 10Ks under your belt, you're probably thinking about running your first half marathon. Doubling your racing distance means building endurance by increasing your weekly mileage. Don't be daunted by this! Try this 16-week training schedule that adds miles safely. Show More Summary
The following post was written by Rebecca Pytell, who blogs at Strength and Sunshine and is part of POPSUGAR Select Fitness. Making chili, soup, or a stew isn't just about a great warming meal. I always feel a little nostalgic when I make a big pot of soup. Show More Summary
No one likes a smelly gym bag or stinky sneaks. Here's a simple, inexpensive trick to freshen up your gym gear. Just press play, and we'll show you how it's done.
While it can be tempting to fall into a less healthy routine in the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas, all these busy celebrities stayed committed to their fitness and health. If you're in need of some workout motivation, let Wild star Reese, busy mom Drew, and more Hollywood elites inspire you to break a sweat this weekend.
Don't let your busy social life interfere with your fitness life. This holiday party season, you need those sweat sessions to stay sane and to help keep your waistline in check. We have found a great way to salvage your post-workout hair so you can transition easily from the gym to nightlife. Press play and get ready for gorgeous hair.
Sugar is added to so many processed foods - even salty ones. Dietitian Julie Upton, MS, RD, of Appetite for Health, shared this infographic to help us all get a handle on sugar intake. The first step: learn the many ways sugar is listed...Show More Summary
Many think upbeat bubblegum-pop tunes are the secret to a successful run. But for me, there's nothing better than listening to the music I would actually listen to outside the gym. Coming up with a strong playlist can be a bit of a hassle,...Show More Summary
For Reese Witherspoon, shooting the movie Wild (in theaters today) may not have been as arduous as hiking thousands of miles on the Pacific Crest Trail (which her character, author Cheryl Strayed, did in real life), but playing a down-and-dirty solo hiker wasn't a walk in the park either. Show More Summary
Whether you're looking to balance out all those rich holiday meals or shed a few pounds in the new year, try snacking on some of these low-carb snacks throughout the day. Easy to make, many of these are also high in good-for-you nutrients like antioxidants, protein, and fiber.
Earlier this week at a Flywheel class in South Florida, I was filling up an embarrassingly small plastic bottle. Imagine my surprise when an older gentleman told me "put that tiny thing down" and handed me a large fresh bottle of water he had purchased for me. Show More Summary
If you're thinking of getting the flu shot this year, here's something you might want to consider: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are reporting that the vaccine may not be effective this year, since it was made for a strain that later mutated. Show More Summary
Feeling bogged down, lackluster, and groggy? Watch this video and learn how the scents of the season can give you a quick pick-me-up.
You hear that sound? I'm applauding your efforts for attempting to work out at home. You have the best intentions to pop in a fitness DVD, hop on your home treadmill, or bang out some bodyweight exercises, but let's face it - unless you are supercommitted, keep reading to find out what working out at home tends to really be about. Source: Thinkstock
For folks taking on the Paleo diet, it's important to know the what you can and what you can't eat. Off-limit foods include wheat, dairy, starches, grains, and legumes. But with so many foods not allowed on this diet, you're probably wondering what exactly you can enjoy when it comes to mealtime. Show More Summary
If you're consistently working out, making healthier meal choices... and hitting up happy hours, your boozing might be what's holding you back from reaching your weight-loss goals. If you tend to toss back two or three on any given night without considering the calories your imbibing, this list will help. Show More Summary
A runner isn't born overnight; it takes weeks of building up and training the body to get used to moving this way. If running is one of your goals, here's an eight-week plan to get you running 30 minutes straight. Whether you enjoy running...Show More Summary
When you're pressed for time during the holidays, it's important to make the most of your time at the gym. Instead of feeling like you need to spend tons of precious time on a lengthy cardio session, these gym hacks will shave time off your workout and help you see results. Add intervals: Maximize your cardio with intervals. Show More Summary
Popular diets that don't work - Women's Health 20 gifts fit for the runner in your life - Women's Running Healthy cookie recipes you'll feel good baking (and eating!) - Cooking Light Must-do yoga poses for the not-so-bendy - Greatist Check...Show More Summary