Well...there's certainly something to be said for honesty! As it turns out, a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention one fourth of Americans say they get no exercise at all during their free time.
Pre-workout, I've noticed there are certain things that work for me: a banana with peanut butter, plenty of water the night before (if I do it just before a class, I am way too...you know, sloshy), gentle stretching.
Sure, you probably have your pre-workout routine all in order: you drink plenty of water, you wear your favorite exercise gear. But did you know your post-workout routine is just as important?
Not to put a total damper on your Friday-night plans or anything, but a huge new study has found that red wine may not have the good-for-your-heart benefits that we've all thought it did.
Imagine a condom that not only helps protect you against an unwanted pregnancy, but also helps kill off infections and STDs--including HIV.
One of the best ways to add more veggies to your diet is to start including them in your breakfast. Not only are there unlimited yummy ways to add veggies to your morning meal, but it’s also a great way to start your day with fiber and antioxidants!
Is this nuts or is this nuts? According to a study by the University of California at Berkeley, the average gymgoer uses her membership about four times a month.
I still can't believe that we're officially in summer zone, but you know what? That also means we get to eat tons of foods that aren't just delish...they're healthy too.
I have a kind of strange anxiety about being away from home and having no access to snacks--and this definitely includes long car trips.
You hear about so many things that supposedly promote weight loss (remember yacon syrup? Who knew?)--it can be hard to separate the fact from the fiction.
It's funny. For many years, I've maintained a rule that no TVs are allowed in the bedroom (though apparently having one in there can be good for your sex life...who knew?).
I know, it kind of seems like a no-brainer: If you enjoy your workout, you'll be more inclined to actually do it.
I’ve gone on record at least a few times to say that I can be kind of snoopy. I mean--who doesn't like knowing what other women do to stay healthy during their very busy lives?
Work stress is a very real thing--who hasn't felt her heart do that "plump-kerplump" thing, pre-meeting?--but according to new research, the stress doesn't end when you get home.
With more of us hitting the gym these days in anticipation of beach vacations and summer excursions, it's always worth remembering that there are ways to make your workouts as safe as they can be.
Your chances of getting a cold may go up as much as 20 percent when you board a plane, thanks to dried-out mucous membranes and sneezy people who leave germs on tray tables (where those little buggers can live for up to 72 hours).
Since we all need to drink plenty of water anyway--and even more so as the weather heats up--why not give your H2O a little extra nutrition (and flavor!) with these fat-blasting additions?
Quick: What’s your personal risk of getting skin cancer? If you said low to average, you’re not alone: 72 percent of women in a Glamour survey did too, even though 46 percent have used a tanning bed or had a history of sunburns
So, you want naturally glowing skin and you’ve tried everything, right? Maybe you’re looking in the wrong place: The answer might be hiding in the foods you're eating or not eating.
More evidence for the file marked "Why It's Always Good to Think About What You're Eating"! There are all kinds of strange things we eat and drink every day without really knowing it. Take a look:
You know how some experts suggest eating smaller meals throughout the day, instead of three big ones? New research is now suggesting that the same philosophy might be helpful for when you work out too.