Health

How to form an exercise habit

May 27, 2012
exercise habit

This is a guest post by David Dack. Making exercise a daily habit is the way to go if you’re looking to achieve staggering consistency with your training program, thus get the fitness results and the body of your dreams. On the other hand, letting momentum dictate your exercise choices can spell disaster on your […]

Marathon Madness: The Essentials in Traveling for the Chicago Marathon

May 27, 2012
Chicago marathon

This is a guest post by Maire. When you’ve set your eyes on running a marathon, you may as well go big or go home. The Chicago Marathon is the second biggest marathon in the United States, behind the New York Marathon. Although this means you’ll get to participate in a high-energy event, traveling to […]

Walking: An Inexpensive Path To Health and Wellness

April 23, 2012
Walking

This is a guest post by Nina Bernice. When looking for a physical activity to do for fitness, it’s important to consider how much of an effect it will have on your overall health and if you will most likely be able to continue doing it for most of your life. Additionally, you’ll want to […]

How Bad Is Sitting?

April 15, 2012
Sitting

This is a guest post by Maire. Did you know that sitting for 11 or more hours a day makes you 40 percent more likely to die within the next three years? If that is not enough to scare you out of your desk and onto the walking path over your next lunch break, then […]

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Some Tips to Lose Weight for the Working Class

April 1, 2012
Working Class

This is a guest post by Penny Cooper. Extra hours, extra work, extra money- this is the mantra of the working class today. But add one more “extra” to the series – extra pounds! Yes, with most of the day being spent on work, fitness takes a back seat. Pressure, irregular eating habits and no […]

Common workout derailments and how to stay on track

March 17, 2012
Workout

This is a guest post by Joe Pawlikowski. Stop me when this sounds familiar: You’re progressing in your workouts, diligently working through every one. You’re enjoying it, and you’re getting into a groove that makes you feel unstoppable. But then something unexpected comes up, and it sets you back considerably. Things return to normal, but […]

How to Get Back Into an Exercise Routine

March 17, 2012
Exercise

This is a guest post by Marie. New Year’s has come and gone and the resolutions of most people lie abandoned in a ditch or are dusty from lack of use. It’s easy to start strong and then putter out. But there’s no time like NOW (as in, you know, today) to get back into […]

How To Maintain A Healthy Lifestyle

February 26, 2012
Health Lifestyle

This is a guest post by Erik Smith. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can come easy for some but can be very hard to achieve for most people. This is mainly due to peoples crazy schedules and obligations that many people find it hard to find time to workout or prepare healthy meals. For others it […]

Exercise Helps More Than Just Your Waistline

February 14, 2012
exercise

This is a guest post by Katie Brind’Amour. It is a well-known fact that exercise is good for you. It is essential for weight loss, a trim figure, and being able to fit into a smaller jean size at the department store. And yet somehow, losing weight hasn’t always been enough motivation for me to […]

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