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10 Dietitian-Approved Strategies to Eat Healthier

Eating healthier is something most of us want to do, but intentions are tough to act on without specific strategies in place.


Put Your Best Foot Forward

Follow these 8 tips to help you begin a walking club.


Seven Packing Tips from a World Traveller

Jason Nemer is at home literally everywhere, so his life fits into a suitcase.


Five Ways to Improve Your Upper-Body Strength Outside the Gym

The upper body is essential, and we are constantly using it. We need the muscles in our arms, chest, shoulders and...


10 Recovery Moves That Will Make You a Stronger Athlete

Recovery often sounds like a “dirty” word. What are you recovering from? A night out with friends? Surgery? A day in...

momentum Mindset

Six Ways to Keep Your Fitness Momentum Going All Year

The end of summer often signals a return to routine and, for exercisers who live in colder climates, taking workouts back inside. Many people reaffirm their commitment to fitness in the fall and winter, but if you’re not careful, it can be easy to slip into a winter slump. While it may be tempting to stay cozy at home, to reap the full benefits of an active lifestyle, you need to maintain your exercise habits year round.


Eight Inspirational Celebrity
Weight-Loss Transformations

More than half of the American population wants to lose weight, according to data from a Gallup poll. Weight loss is...


Lies You Should Never Tell Your Trainer

What your trainer doesn’t know might get you hurt. It can be tempting to tell little white lies when you’re uncomfortable...


Why you should hydrate more

Drinking enough water every day is critical for your circulation, metabolism, temperature regulation and waste removal, but Americans, particularly children and...


Researchers Google map the body

Using similar algorithms to those found in Google maps, a university professor has produced a revolutionary body-part mapping system that can...


Five Ways to Stay Hydrated
This Summer

Now that we’re finally kicking off summer, let’s talk about how to stay safe and healthy while you’re working up a sweat—even if it’s just lounging by the pool. The main way your body cools itself is through sweat. As sweat evaporates from your body, it takes some of the heat with it. Unfortunately, our body cannot store vast reserves of water or electrolytes. To keep up this cooling system, you must continue to consume water and electrolytes—or risk heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Follow my blog with Bloglovin


Six Mistakes to Avoid Making in the Gym

Keep yourself and others safe by avoiding these fitness missteps.


How to Make Your Trip to the Gym Count

Four ways to stay focused and maximize your workouts.


Your Three-Step Mindset Plan

Grocery shopping, walking the dog, brushing our teeth – and, well, showering: these are things we know we need to do...


TOP five ways to find time to exercise

5 excuse-busting tips for when you hear yourself say, “I don’t have time to exercise.” 



Your joints are the one area of your body you need to take extra care of while training. 24Life gets insight from orthopedic surgeon Nigel Hope.

Game Changers

24 new tips for a great year of you

1. Stand more Too much sitting is not a friend to your posture, health or fitness goals. Remind yourself to take...