Tag: fitness

Sorry, ‘Fat but Fit’ is not OK says Fitness Study

Though people have found refuge in the popular saying 'fat but fit', research suggest that the protective effects of high fitness against early death are reduced in obese people.

Try This: 10 Simple Tips to a Healthier You

Have you been wanting to get in better shape? Maybe just add some more health consciousness to your life? It's not hard if you just put your mind (and your body) to it.

Are Fitness Trackers Still Worth Wearing?

Do fitness trackers work? A new study suggest they might not be very useful, finding that 90% of people stopped wearing them when given the choice.

91 Percent of Teens don’t Get Recommended Daily Exercise says Study

A new study says 91 percent of United States high school students are not getting the recommended amount of exercise.

Break Through the Fitness Plateau by Mixing Things Up

A new diet and exercise plan can shock the body into delivering results, fast and effectively. That is, however, until the body adapts to the new routine.

Unhappy With Diet Results as Friends Lose Much More? It’s likely Genetic

Nothing can drive you more crazy than that friend of yours who hardly exercises, eats anything they want, yet still manages to maintain a great figure.

Whole Grains Contribute to a Longer life Says New Harvard Study

Researchers recommend that people choose foods that are high in whole grain ingredients—such as bran, oatmeal, and quinoa—that have at least 16 grams per serving, while reducing consumption of unhealthy refined carbohydrates.

7 Tips for a Healthy Fourth of July Party Weekend

Ok, Fourth of July is soon upon us. While many of you are excited about all the parties and fun with friends and family, some of you, like me, want to make sure we party hearty, but keep a firm check on the healthy lifestyle we’ve committed ourselves to.

Getting in Shape: Avoiding 5 Common Weight Loss Mistake

Fitness Mistakes. To help get you over the hump, I've put together the 5 most common mistakes people make when it comes to losing weight. If any of them sound familiar, now you have no excuse.

Physical Activity Helps Prevent Type 2 Diabetes, Independent of Weight Loss

Type 2 Diabetes can be prevented or delayed in high risk people through physical activity, independent of weight loss, according to new follow-up data from the landmark Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) study.