Yesterday, we featured a post from Josef Brandenburg, co-owner of True 180 Fitness on starting your New Years Resolution. Today, let’s talk about keeping that pledge to yourself… Fitness, nutrition and weight loss resolutions are the #1 kind set in the USA. Sadly, 92% of Americans will fail to keep their resolutions in 2017. Fortunately…

Fitness, nutrition and weight loss resolutions are the #1 kind set in the USA. Sadly, 92% of Americans will fail to keep their resolutions in 2017. Fortunately for you, you’re reading this article so you can be part of the 8% in 2017:

My friend and fitness expert Mark Fisher sums up the topic of cleanses nicely: “If eating food leaves you full of toxins… perhaps we should seriously consider the quality of the food you eat.” If you like “cleanses,” I know how you feel. I started doing them as a teenager, and loved how I felt…

With cooler weather and every coffee shop boasting their latest and greatest new coffee drink, it can be very tempting to go grab one. A super member shared her favorite way to take her coffee up a notch while eliminating creamer and other high-calorie additions, and increasing her protein intake. Her solution? Add your favorite…

Having children is hard on your body, children consume unlimited time, and our society pressures women to “have it all” (which most definitely includes looking a certain way). This combination makes women the preferred target for supplement marketers selling pills and powders with promises too good to be true.

Cold and Flu season are rapidly approaching, and one of the most powerful tools you have for prevention is regular, reasonable exercise. The average American gets 2-4 colds per year, and each one sticks around for 7-10 days, which is 14 to 40 days per year spent feeling miserable. At the low end this means…

Did you know that how you communicate with yourself has an astonishing influence on your behavior? Research shows that positive self-talk has the power to manage anxiety, enhance confidence and performance, as well as motivate behavior change. If you find yourself setting the same goals over and over again (think: valiant attempts to get 8…

Strength training has long taken a back seat to cardiovascular endurance training in public health. We’ve been told to focus on endurance exercises like walking and jogging. Strength training is a luxury – for the young, for athletes, or for the vain. Decades of research say the opposite – more muscle and strength extend life…

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