You can boost your metabolism with your eating and exercise habits. Find out what strategies really work.
If you have joined the 62 Challenge, we applaud you! The articles below can help you stay motivated, discover barriers to weight loss, boost your metabolism and more.
Skip the fads. Stick to these tried-and-true exercises.
Training for a 5K road race for the first time? You can conquer five kilometers (3.1 miles) if you follow a few steps.
In the market for a new pair of running shoes, tennis shoes, cross trainers or just plain old sneakers?
Exercising is one of the best things you can do to manage diabetes. Here's how to do it safely.
Less daylight doesn’t mean you have to head indoors to work out. Just follow these tips to stay safer in the dark.
Get in the pool this summer to work your heart and build muscle. Try these 5 water exercises.
Working out in the pool is fun, easy and effective. And there’s no better time to hop in and get wet than summer. Try these 5 exercises in the pool’s shallow end to improve heart health and strengthen muscles. Of course, you should always check with your doctor before starting any new exercise routine.
These health benefits may convince you to jump in the water today.
Exercising in the water is easier on your joints than working out on land. Aquatic exercise helps increase strength and flexibility, improve heart health and build muscle. Not only is working out in water fun, but it can also help you lose weight.
Here’s why water is such a great fitness workout:
Excessive heat can make you feel tired and irritable and, if you aren’t careful, very sick.
Can you reverse type 2 diabetes with exercise? I did. My Doctor Gave It To Me Straight: “Change Your Lifestyle or Die” About five years ago, my doctor sat with me, reviewing the results of my annual physical. At one point, he looked up from the results of my blood work and delivered a very rude awakening: Change or die.