We all know that sitting down for hours on end day after day can be bad for our health. I don’t want to be the reporter of doom and gloom, but research shows that as the amount of time you sit every day increases, so does your likelihood of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer…and even
I don’t know about you, but I get excited when the weather gets cold. It’s my favorite time to exercise outside—I’d rather run in 30° weather than in 80° weather. Maybe you’re the opposite and think that cold weather equates to running on the “dreadmill.” So, here are 10 tips on how to make outside
Ever wondered how to read a nutrition label? Check out this great inforgraphic to learn how to easily read what a nutrition label means.