If you're one of the millions of people who made fitness a new year's resolution this year, you might be feeling frustration creep up on you. People often expect to make more progress than is reasonably possible, which leads them to give up just a few months into the...
Getting into shape doesn’t mean spending hours at the gym. Studies have shown that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) burns more calories than traditional workouts and raises metabolism hours after the workout is over.
Fitness apps are some of the most popular apps. Nearly everyone, even if they’ve never used them, has one installed on their phone.
Roughly one in five American adults has a fitness club membership. With current trends, that figure could double in the next few years.
Jen Gunter is a writer on the wellness-industrial complex that frequently gets asked about her personal wellness strategy.
If you’ve just joined a health club or a gym for the first time, making the initial visit can be cause for some anxiety.
Most people know that exercising is used as a method for losing weight and building muscles. However, what they don’t know is that working out can actually have some other excellent and unexpected benefits.
Fitness conscious individuals commonly rely on wearable technology to monitor their performance. There are many types of fitness wearables available. However, wearables are typically designed to monitor certain types of activities. They cannot assess an individual’s health based on diet and lifestyle in other aspects of daily living. But, advancements in science promise to offer more accurate means of determining health and fitness in time.
Traveling for business is often necessary depending on your job, but unfortunately can lead to you cutting your gym time.
Lots of people love summer and the warm weather it brings with it. Summer means trips to the beach and the pool and no school or homework for three months. Unfortunately, summer also often brings sunburns, too, because of all the time we spend outside.