In today’s world, we all know the basics of how to get fit: eat right, make good choices, and maintain balance. And if you don’t know the basics, then the resources for learning them are endless - Internet, magazines, TV shows, and all the "helpful" advice of friends, loved ones, and complete strangers.
A group of so-called experts (probably men) in the U.K. have released a new study suggesting that women had better figures in the 1950s... because they did more housework.
Researchers surveyed 8,000 men and women on their waist sizes, calorie intake and lifestyle and then compared those results with the average statistics for adults in 1952.
Sixty years ago, the average woman’s waistline measured 28 inches. Today, it comes in at 34 inches - a full six inches larger.
Real weight loss is a simple numbers game. Truly, it is “calories in” vs. “calories out” per day. To see results, you need to have between 200-500 more calories going out than coming in.
Understanding what exactly makes up the “calories in” and the “calories out” is key to your success.
“Calories In” consists of every single calorie ingested in your day. Including all liquids.
Nicole Sullivan has made us laugh as the dog walking Holly on "The King of Queens." We loved her, too, in "$#*! My Dad Says."
Now the comedienne is starring in her own show on Nick at Nite, "Wendell & Vinnie." Combined with her successful efforts to find a healthier lifestyle with Jenny Craig, Nicole seems to have found her groove.
Have you weighed yourself today? Or stood in front of the mirror - pinching and poking your flabby bits? You’re not alone.
According to a study conducted by Travelodge, 70% of women and 61% of men in Great Britain worry about their weight three times a day.
Plus, a staggering 80% say they are depressed by the way their bodies look.
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I just finished a great brainstorming meeting with Sony. They produced my first two fitness DVDs and we are ready to start developing my next two. I have spent the last year working out in a different way than ever before. Training to fatigue!
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Are you ready for bikini season?
To help you get in shape for summer, Brooke Burke and her trainer - fitness expert Greg Joujon-Roche- have shared some great exercises to help you get a leaner lower body.
At the start of a new diet, many women find themselves giving in to temptation because it can be very hard to deal with hunger pains and the lack of eating favorite foods.
Could your New Year's resolution have unintended consequences for your kids? As millions of Americans resolve to lose weight in 2012, parents need to be aware that their new diet and fitness regimens could have a potentially negative outcome - triggering eating disorders or body image issues in their children.