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Working Out With Technology

Wearable technology. It’s the kind of forward-thinking concept you might have attributed to movies like “Back to the Future” or “Star Wars” not too long ago. Today, however, roughly 1 in 6 people own some form of wearable technology, and popularity is expected to grow in 2019. Despite being a relatively new concept, the market… Read More

Workout Excuses

Are you one of the millions of people who set a New Year’s resolution to get healthier? To eat better? Lose weight? If so, you might also be among the millions of people whose New Year’s resolutions likely failed within the first few weeks. Don’t feel bad – it happens to the best of us…. Read More

Post Baby Bodies

For women, the pressure to look their best at all times is nothing short of immense. Looking like a million bucks can be an unreachable challenge in itself on a regular day, so what happens inside the mind of a soon-to-be mom as she observes her body becoming less familiar with each passing day? We… Read More

Body Shamed

Many of us understand that bullying comes from, well, bullies. When it comes to body shaming however, we found out something different, body shaming comes most often from those closest to us. One study revealed it takes women half their lifetime to feel just half of the body confidence teenage boys experience in adolescence. With 94 percent of… Read More

What is Fit

If you’re like most Americans, you may already be thinking about your fitness-related New Year’s resolutions. Considering one of the most popular goals is to get in shape (particularly after all of those holiday feasts), the reality is that 4 in 5 resolutions will fail by February. But what if the reason most Americans fall off the… Read More

Workout Worries

If you’ve ever felt intimidated trying to navigate your way around the gym, you’re not alone. From the talkative salesperson at the front desk to the seemingly endless rows of confusing cardio equipment, the gym can leave some people feeling too anxious to workout at all. Whether you’re looking to shed some pounds or just… Read More

Workout Trade Offs

According to the American Heart Association, the average adult should be getting in just over two hours of moderate-intensity aerobic activity each week. At 150 minutes total, that breaks down to roughly five 30-minute workout sessions each week. According to the most recent information from the CDC, less than 52 percent of Americans met those… Read More