Yes, you've got to do the work to get results. But much like how you approach your career, you've got to work smarter, not harder, to master your fitness goals.
Picture this: Learn how to perform this powerful technique to help set yourself up for success at the gym, at the office, and in your life. You'll be unstoppable.
The latest and greatest in weight loss research is in, and scientists agree that these five simple and tasty habits can help you look and feel your best this year.
Conscious breathing signals the body to be calm when your muscles are anything but. Here’s how to unlock a deeper level of relaxation and get more from your practice.
Anyone can list the different forms of cancer treatment: radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery. But what about the integrative cancer therapies that go beyond just healing the body? Watch this clip to learn more.
A runner's high and burned calories aren't the only perks of your workout. New science says that jog in the park might also be improving your overall mental clarity. Here's how.
In April 2015, the first-ever yoga teacher training program was held in a correctional facility in New York State. Here, one of the trainers shares her incredible experience.
You know slowing down and bringing awareness to each meal can boost cognitive ability, reduce stress, and improve well-being. But who really has time for all that?
Getting diagnosed with multiple sclerosis doesn't mean you will be destined to a wheelchair. Here, one young woman shares how a dramatic diet and lifestyle change left her feeling healthier and more appreciative of her beautiful able body.
If you’ve been out of sorts emotionally, a few simple lifestyle changes could help you feel happier, relaxed, and balanced.
With cold and flu season upon us, be sure to arm yourself with the best DIY defense and win winter by a nose.
Forget runner’s high. A yogi's high is what you want. Here's what you need to know about how to achieve feelings of zen.
High-intensity training may get all the hype, but taking your workout down a notch (or 10!) may help you de-stress, sleep better, gain energy, and improve health.
Starting a new workout or signing up for a race are great motivators, but limited time and waning enthusiasm often get in the way. Here's what to do when you start to lose steam.
Getting faster, fitter, and stronger isn't just about how often you lace up for a run. The real secret to success is learning to tune into your body during activity to reap the most rewards.