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Working Out Buzzed

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson recently revealed that a flask of tequila is an essential part of his gym bag, and popular podcast host Joe Rogan admitted to hitting the gym after smoking marijuana. These pre-workout indulgences may seem extreme, but how many everyday people are preparing for their workouts like these celebrities?  It can be… Read More

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5 Home Exercises to Help You Lose Weight

5 Home Exercises to Help You Lose Weight Losing weight doesn’t have to involve a monthly gym membership or pricey exercise equipment. Even if you don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on a tricked-out exercise bike, or if you lack the space for a treadmill or elliptical, there are plenty of exercises you can… Read More

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How to Cook Healthy Meals on a Budget

How to Cook Healthy Meals on a Budget Given how many healthy eating tips are available in magazines, on TV, and on social media, taking control of your eating habits may seem like more trouble than it’s worth.  From friends and co-workers to self-proclaimed health experts on Instagram, it can feel like there are a… Read More

Exploring Food Delivery Apps and Health

Americans love comfort, but according to French sociologist Alexis de Tocqueville, it’s been that way since at least the 1830s. Food delivery drones now usher in a new era of convenience – faster and more technology-dependent. But while companies like Uber are still testing out their delivery drone capabilities, how are food and grocery delivering apps faring?… Read More

Hacking Your Workout Habits

The biggest goal for many people looking to get in shape is to establish a consistent workout schedule. Establishing good workout habits may take dedication and time, but the rewards can be unbelievable. In fact, transformative stories are often highlighted on social media and inspire followers who seek to achieve similar outcomes. But a commitment… Read More

Dining and Dietary Restrictions

Vegan, vegetarian, paleo, gluten-free – the list of food restrictions seems to get longer by the year. But holidays, gatherings, and events aren’t only challenging to navigate for those who choose to stray from certain foods: An estimated 26 million Americans have a food allergy that requires them to stay far away from foods like… Read More

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HIIT Workouts to Burn Fat at Home

HIIT Workouts to Burn Fat at Home HIIT is more than just a buzzword: These types of workouts can pack a serious punch. HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, is a broad term that refers to exercises that alternate between bursts of high-intensity exercise and lower-intensity recovery periods that usually last between 10 to 30 minutes… Read More

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Why Endurance Training Is Important for Any Workout Routine

Why Endurance Training Is Important for Any Workout Routine When you work out, how long can you keep going before you become exhausted? For people who are starting a new workout routine – or who are mostly sedentary – exhaustion might come quickly. As you work out more and build your endurance, though, you will… Read More

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A Guide to Pregnancy Workouts by Trimester

A Guide to Pregnancy Workouts by Trimester When you’re pregnant, getting plenty of exercise is one of the best things you can do to help support a healthy pregnancy and feel your best. Although your changing body and everything that comes along with pregnancy – the exhaustion, aches and pains, changes in your balance, and… Read More

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How to Avoid Injuries While Working Out

How to Avoid Injuries While Working Out As you age, you may notice your bones “pop” more, your joints feel achier, and your body simply doesn’t bounce back from workouts as quickly as it did when you were younger. Your body reabsorbs phosphate and calcium from your bones as you grow older, making your bones… Read More