It’s time to come clean.
My favorite fitness topic continues to be the benefit of short, efficient and diverse workouts.
’Tis the season — the season for turkey, mashed potatoes, holiday cookies and an array of pies.
As a nutrition coach, I believe that going “on” a diet always implies that eventually there will be an end — when you go “off” the diet.
Improvements in muscular fitness, body composition, enhanced sports performance, injury prevention, as well as improved self-esteem and socialization skills are all benefits youths get from youth participating in resistance training exercise routines.
All foods are not created equal. Neither are calories.
Columnist Jessica Goldsmith tells you how to work out safely and effectively.
Resistance training, or strength training, is incredibly beneficial when creating an exercise routine. Resistance training increases muscle mass and helps with weight control as muscle burns more calories than fat at rest.
Kids want to be healthy. They want to be good. They want to do the right thing.
The SNAP Challenge invites people to “shop for your meals with the daily average per person benefit provided by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as Food Stamps) to get a sense of some of the challenges faced by those struggling to put food on the table.” I decided to take the challenge.
Personal training, what is it? Why might you need it and how do you find a personal trainer?