I recently swam laps for the first time since my childhood swimming lessons. The next day, when my muscles were sore and fatigued, I realized that there was much more to swimming than just splashing around. This gentle-but-challenging form of exercis... Read more
After slowing down to an unexplained stop for the 147th time in the space of 2 miles, I decided that I hated the world. Surrounding me were an ocean of maddening brake lights, rain pelting the windshield and thousands of tons of steel and fiberglass... Read more
I love motivational quotes. One of my favorites is, “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re probably right!” I believe that there is a lot of truth to that statement. As a runner, I know that if I focus on the fatigue... Read more
Medicine balls are a great way to exercise any area of your body, whether upper, lower, or core. There are different sized exercise balls from 2-12, that you can use for numerous different exercises.
Medicine ball training is suitable for... Read more
Whether you're road-tripping, heading out for date night or just need a break from dirty dishes, there are bound to be times when a restaurant meal is in order. As long as you avoid the fast food and opt for a full-service restaurant, you should... Read more
Tracking food makes such a difference! It's really helping me to be more conscious of how much I'm eating, and also of what kind/quality of food I am consuming. I realized I was eating because I felt like it, even when I didn't really need it.... Read more
Weigh your food to make sure you're putting in the right amounts, guessing can often make you think you're eating less than you are. Also try to make sure you at least hit your minimum, going under can be just as bad as over. Welcome back! :)... Read more
Welcome! Make sure you weigh your food, guessing is inaccurate and usually leads to eating more than you think you are. Also try not to go below your minimum, it can be as bad as going over. Best of luck with reaching your goals! :)... Read more
Rosie O'Donnell recently began eating better, because she has had some health issues and realized how destructive her eating was in the long run. She looks at every piece of food before she eats and thinks "Will this kill me?" or "Will this prolong m... Read more
I thought there was something wrong with me as I was quite active and ate healthily - no sweets, pop or fast food: WHY WAS I SO BIG?I wrote a food diary each day - it looked ok to me. WRONG! What a shock when I began putting EVERYTHING I ate into the... Read more
From our partners at Woman's DayBy Dining out is one of the biggest challenges for dieters. Menus are designed to lure you in, and studies have shown that simply seeing or smelling food can erode the steeliest resolve (it’s hard to resist o... Read more
It used to be that bigger was better in the fast food world. Now that more of us are watching our wallets and our waistlines, the value menu and snack-size portions are all the rage at the fast-food giants. Four of the big chains--Burger King, KFC, M... Read more
Found this on fitnea.com while I was reading newsweek online and thought it was eye opening. Make sure you read the last one....wowza.
10 Worst Fast Food Meals You Can Eat
If you are one of those people who just crave for fast food mea... Read more
It is not often that I find myself eating breakfast at a fast food outlet, but it does happen. I thought this Web MD slide show informative.
http://www.webmd.com/diet/ss/slideshow-b est-and-worst-fast-food-breakfasts?ecd =wnl_wlw_09191... Read more
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