A comfort zone is a nice place to visit, but you wouldn't want to work out there.
Comfort is defined as, "a state of physical ease and freedom from pain or discomfort." That sounds conducive to napping in a hammock, getting a massa... Read more
Are you sick of the same-old cardio machines at the gym? Bored by the treadmill? Tired of the elliptical? Can't stand to do another mile on the stationary bike or another flight on the stair climber? Well, then, it's time you head over to the... Read more
Kettlebells were practically unheard of in North America until recently, but now exercising with a bowling-ball-shaped weight with a handle is the newest fitness trend. Used by fitness enthusiasts, collegiate athletes, and pro sports teams alike, mor... Read more
Whether you enjoy tennis, swimming or Pilates, unfortunately, there is an injury for you. Pilates has lower back injuries, runners get runner's knee and then there's tennis elbow—all common injuries many fitness enthusiasts have experie... Read more
Wouldn’t it be great to be inside the mind of a health and fitness expert, even just for a little while? Now you can! Below, your favorite SparkPeople experts share the secrets of their healthy lifestyles. Just like you, they have to deal with... Read more
I am New to Spark. Trying to lose some weight! I did good today 40 minute walk and 15 minute Zumba on YouTube for beginners! I been on a diet for a week! I am going for Bariatric surgery!! I need 3 weight check ins! I got this for my new journey!... Read more
Just starting :) I'm very unfit and am just beginning to start exercise and calorie count, I've got the eating part down, but I need some help with exercise. Anyone know a good routine for me? #firstpost #friendfinder #exercise... Read more
I am consistently 350-700 calories under what is recommended for me. Is this a bad thing? Should I eat more snacks during the day to get that number up to what is recommended despite the fact I am not hungry?... Read more
We all know someone who is seemingly obsessed with CrossFit, or has at least attempted it, which is no surprise considering that there are now more than 9,000 CrossFit affiliated gyms worldwide, and the high-intensity conditioning regimen is rapidly... Read more
What is orange theory fitness and why should you care?Iíll let them explain what it is. The rest will be about whether or not you should care.Full disclosure, I have not attended a class and actually am thinking of doing this since hubs in getting ba... Read more
During the last few years, ultra-intense workouts have been gaining popularity—and not just among athletes or hardcore exercisers who are gluttons for self-punishment. Even the relatively unfit and overweight are jumping at the chance to push t... Read more
There was a time, not so long ago, when you couldn't go a week without hearing something about CrossFit. As terms like WOD, AMRAP and box infiltrated the lexicon, so too did the CrossFit stereotype: Men with large biceps and six-pack abs lifting... Read more
I hope you all have been well! It's been a bit since I posted last. I honestly haven't been on SP much, or doing much fitness.
I've still been having a lot nights when I wake up and feel like someone is in my room. I think some p... Read more
A rebuttal to the ridiculous, negative comments I receive on my blog regarding Crossfit.
I was going to preface this with "not to sound cocky..." but I'll admit to being a little bit cocky, and I'm prepared to back it up...so no disclaimer need... Read more
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