I like being a little sore the day after strength training. I consider it positive feedback that I am building new muscle right where I want it. This single-leg toe tap is so simple and effective that it always leaves my butt sore, in the best way possible. This move fires up your glutes through…Details
Cutting back on gluten and grains? This veggie-powered pizza needs to make its way to your kitchen. Freshly grated cauliflower serves as the base for the creative and delicious crust that you can fold up just like traditional pizza! The recipe only called for grape tomatoes and fresh basil, but feel free to toss a…Details
If you’ve always wanted to do a split, you need flexible hips and hamstrings. Practice these nine stretches, and you’ll soon be on your way.
For more stretching options, do check out our video with yoga poses that will help you master the splits.
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This avocado-based snack will help you lose weight for two awesome reasons: it’s full of healthy fats and fiber. Consuming healthy fats and fiber keeps that “I’m full” feeling going strong, so hunger and cravings will be brushed aside, and you’ll be full for hours. Add the protein, crunch, and saltiness of sunflower seeds, and…Details
Fortunately, the gift of fitness doesn’t need to cost you a fortune. From the yogi or the runner to the gym rat in your life, here are 15 gifts under $10 any fitness fanatic will adore. And with the price so low, you’ll want to pick up some of these items for yourself, too! Source:…Details
This year has been kind to Serena Williams. She was featured in the 2016 Pirelli calendar, became a guest editor at Wired, proved she was an actual superhero, and generally slayed on and off the court. So when Sports Illustrated named her as its sportsperson of the year, we can’t say that we were surprised,…Details
Get your slow cooker, food processor, and oven ready, because we’ve curated our best healthy recipes from this year. From breakfast to snacks to supper ideas, these healthy, low-cal eats will keep you energized and help you lose weight.
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There are plenty of reasons to eat lower on the food chain, but you don’t need to sacrifice your protein intake. Nutritionist Julie Upton, MS, RD, of Appetite For Health is here to help with recommendations of high-protein foods minus the meat. More than half of all Americans are trying to pump up the protein…Details
Before you mourn your bruised bananas, consider the possibilities banana bread has to offer. Leaving the high-calorie, high-fat ingredients of traditional recipes behind, here are 10 alternatives suitable to your healthy lifestyle. From vegan options that sweeten up with apple bites to a recipe made for Paleo devotees, there’s a loaf for everyone’s overly ripe…Details