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Low-calorie diets that leave you starving and miserable are not the way to lose weight.
Three signs that your workout regimen has become boring routine, and it’s time to push yourself harder.
When a dear friend lost a long fight with cancer, the author’s eyes were opened to the power of love.
After decades of dieting and working out, she’s ready to accept that her body is beautiful.
They enable you to build your muscles without using heavier dumbbells.
A note to most seniors: It’s not too late to embrace activity in whatever capacity you can manage.
For one, stop comparing yourself to 95-pound, 6-foot-tall, 19-year-old Sports Illustrated models.
Clean eating is an absolute must if you are going to lose weight and keep it off.
Keep working out. Our bodies are not designed to sit around all day.
Those who refuse to learn from their fitness past are doomed to get fat.
Don’t let your anxiety about what other people think of your appearance stop you.
In order to convince your mind of success, you need to let it FEEL success.
Whatever you do, don’t starve yourself or exercise too much in an attempt to lose weight.
The first one? You don’t have to eat healthy 100 percent of the time. You aren’t perfect, so don’t try.
There are other — more accurate — ways to track your weight loss than repeatedly weighing yourself.
With it’s mix of strength training and aerobics at a fast tempo, you’re too busy to be bored.
You can build a home exercise studio for less than a year’s membership to the gym.
Make small changes to build up your confidence in handling a major change when it comes your way.
It’s true that you can’t out train a bad diet. Catherine Bongiorno is living proof.
Here’s how to succeed in your health endeavors without driving those around you utterly batty.