Whether your goal is to lose 10, 20, 50, or 100 pounds, beginning a weight-loss journey is a huge undertaking filled with highs and lows (and we're not just talking about the numbers on the scale).
It's time to say "see ya!" to the snooze button. Exercising early in the day has been proven to help you sleep better.
What if I told you that the biggest obstacle to weight loss and better health wasn't sugary drinks, or too much couch time, or the 1,800-calorie Bloomin' Onion you ate the last time you visited Outbac
When it comes weight loss, it seems like everyone has a miracle trick, a no-fail plan, or a waist-changing secret you've gotta try. Problem is, few of them actually work.
There's a fine line between a routine and a rut. Avoid crossing it with this guide to switching up your workouts for maximum results.
We all head into the gym with a dominant side. Luckily, the right workout can help you overcome any strength (or even size!) differences between your right and left side. Read on to level out.
Smart eating isn't always about choosing vegetables over fried food and skipping dessert.
Bacteria in your gut may be the secret to a sexy stomach. Learn the latest research on getting slim—and healthy—for good.
Social media isn't just for keeping tabs on your ex anymore.
No one wants her wallet to slim down along with her waistline. But you don't need to spill a hefty sum on your gym membership just because you missed all the New Year's promotions.
We get it: Sometimes injury, sickness, vacation, or your crazy schedule keeps you from the gym. #BeenThere.
Pop personality quiz: When you leave work after a stressful day, is your first move to head home and chill out behind a closed door or do you go straight to dinner with the girls?
When the bad behaviors of fellow gymgoers, even trainers, threaten to ruin your workout, follow our rules for dealing with annoying offenders so you can keep calm and carve on.
Need some inspiration to reach your goal weight (and stay there)? Steal the surprising strategies that helped Good Morning America correspondent Mara Schiavocampo lose 90 pounds and keep it off.
Kristen Bell may be small (5'1" to be exact) but she packs a serious punch when it comes to her values.
We all know chicken breast and brown rice make for a healthy dinner. But let's face it—it gets old after a while.
Is your kitchen making you fat? It could be.
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