Fitness

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[ad_1] Unlike his Mad Men character, Don Draper, Jon Hamm is confronting his issues head on. Last week, the actor appeared on In Depth With Graham Bensinger, where he opened up about the importance of therapy, and how he finally came to accept his mental health struggles. After losing his mother at a young age,
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[ad_1] There’s always one exercise, (or three or four) that no matter how strong we get, is always challenging. Then there are the exercises we just can’t stand. If push-ups are your kryptonite, but you still want strong arms, I created this upper-body circuit for you. You’ll work your biceps, triceps, chest, and back without
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[ad_1] If you ever want a quick lesson on fitness, just follow Halle Berry‘s Instagram account. She loves fitness so much, she created a weekly series called “Fitness Friday” where she shares everything from what she eats in a day to her favorite workouts. For today’s #FitnessFriday post, Halle talked about one of the most
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[ad_1] Trader Joe’s is like that really good friend who just gets you. If you’re anything like us, you never know just how much you NEED an item until it’s released, and to be honest, we’re not mad about that. We’ve been strong supporters of all the TJ’s cauliflower products — like the cauliflower gnocchi,
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[ad_1] Do you have to feel famished all day long to know that you’re in a calorie deficit and losing fat? Are you unsure of how to know if what you’re eating is the right amount to support your weight-loss goals? NASM-certified personal trainer Sam Altieri posted this visual about the hunger scale to show
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[ad_1] One day you’re feeling great, the next day you’re coughing, and before you know it, you’ve got the flu virus — now would be the perfect time to knock on wood. According to the Center For Disease Control, contracting the flu virus is most common during the Fall and Winter. Typically, flu activity begins
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[ad_1] Getting into running sounds like it should be easy. It doesn’t require a gym membership or any special equipment — you just lace up a pair of sneakers and hit the road. With so many physical and mental benefits, running seems like a no brainer. The reality, though, can be much more challenging. Running
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[ad_1] People are beginning to mix up traditional strength training routines, incorporating equipment like the TRX and kettlebells into their workouts to improve functional movement patterns and build muscle. By now, you’ve probably heard a lot about kettlebells and their many benefits. While they’re a great piece of equipment, we do realize that they can
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[ad_1] There are few things more satisfying than getting in some steps or a tough workout and instantly finding out how many calories you burned. If you’re obsessed with checking your Apple Watch, you know what I’m talking about — but you may have noticed that there are quite a few numbers to track, including
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[ad_1] There are a lot of things that can affect your metabolism. Age, genetics, and diet play a role, of course, but for women looking to maximize their calorie burn, there’s another factor to consider: your menstrual cycle. And we’re not just talking about your period. “A woman’s metabolism is affected by her hormone fluctuations
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[ad_1] Sodium may not be something you actively think about in your food, but eating too much can impact not only your waistline, but also your overall health. Eating too much salt leaves you bloated and puffy, which means your jeans and rings may not fit quite like they used to. It can also put
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[ad_1] This post written by Dr. Daniel Rieders was originally published on YourTango. Here’s what to do and ask before, during and after your visit. Many men and women believe they own their bodies and their personal wellness, yet feel that their health care providers fall short when it comes to meeting their needs. This
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[ad_1] If you’ve ever felt like dance cardio routines are impossible to master and no fun, you’ve got to start doing The Fitness Marshall’s choreography. TFM has a way of making intense moves seem easy, and he’ll have you feeling like one of Beyoncé’s backup dancers in no time. He’s taking it way back with
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[ad_1] I’m a walking cliché of someone who is obsessed with Fall: I love layering sweaters and scarves, practically live in my riding boots, and eat and drink everything that’s pumpkin-spice-flavored. (I even dragged my husband to a sad little pumpkin patch in the middle of Queens one October, but that’s a tale for another
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[ad_1] The keto diet has been one of the most talked-about health trends in the past year. The low-carb, high-fat diet induces a state of ketosis in your body, creating ketones that burn fat instead of the glucose converted from carbohydrates. In other words, the keto (short for ketogenic) diet forces your body to burn
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[ad_1] Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Maria del Rio Considering the multitude of delicious keto meals and countless weight-loss success stories we’ve see this year, it’s unsurprising that the keto diet continues to grow in popularity. I was intrigued by the diet that promises improved mental and physical health, all while allowing you to indulge in
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[ad_1] Jessica Biel‘s getting her butt into gear for the 2019 Emmys. On Sept. 15, the 36-year-old actress, nominated for playing Cora in The Sinner, shared a clip of her pre-awards show workout routine, and, wow, it’s clear her muscle power is no joke. Jessica tackled some raised, weighted pistol squats, and we’re sore just
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[ad_1] Sometimes you eat a meal so good, you can’t help but go back for seconds (or thirds). Or maybe you keep a bag of your favorite chips in the house, promising you’ll only eat what you portion out only to find yourself eating the entire bag in one sitting. Sound familiar? It’s no surprise
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[ad_1] I’ve been eating (or drinking) more or less the same thing for breakfast since high school: a smoothie with protein powder. In the past 10-plus years I’ve been making protein smoothies, I’ve experimented with different ingredients and flavor profiles. Up until a few months ago, I pretty much stuck to the following concoction: vegan
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[ad_1] Intermittent fasting (IF) has become a wildly popular way to eat. Although people swear by IF to help them lose weight, it can also improve digestion, give you more energy, and curb sugar cravings. There are actually five different ways to do intermittent fasting, each of which promises similar results (weight loss, improved energy,
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[ad_1] Whether you’re following the keto diet or just want to eat low-carb for weight loss, you are probably all too familiar with counting your carbs and staying within a certain threshold for the day. But what about net carbs? Usually reserved for people who are diabetic, net carbs can actually be helpful if you
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[ad_1] This workout combines dumbbell and bodyweight moves to give you the ultimate arm burn. Each move targets different areas of your upper body including the deltoids (shoulders), biceps, triceps, and traps. This workout will leave you feeling sore for days, and will also help you get lean, sculpted, strong arms. The Workout Directions: Grab
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[ad_1] Wake up to gooey sweet potato cinnamon rolls made with dark chocolate chips and coconut-maple frosting, via PaleoHacks! There’s nothing better than the smell of sweet cinnamon rolls baking in the morning. Unlike traditional cinnamon rolls, this version replaces refined sugars and processed carbohydrates with all-natural wholesome ingredients you can feel good about. Gluten-free