Tag: weight loss

The Real Amount Of Steps Fitness Tracker Users Need Each Day

One of the first things we do when setting up our fitness tracker is setting how many steps we want to take each day. But the amount we are setting is really way off from what we need. And by that, we don’t mean increasing it to be more than 10,000. Since the beginning of

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Tips To Becoming A Morning Runner

It’s time to rise and shine. And for many of us, that means getting a run in is the first thing on our agendas. Waking up early to go for a run can be extremely hard. We love to sleep. We need more sleep. So it’s really tempting to hit that snooze button and put

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How To Run A 9-Minute Mile

Most people start off running for health, fitness, and weight loss benefits. But the more we fall in love with the sport, the more we want to improve when it comes to our performance. This means nailing proper running form and increasing our average pace. And for some, this means getting to run a 9-minute

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Not Stepping On A Scale Can Help You Lose Weight: Here’s How

When looking to shed a few pounds and slim down, I found that the biggest demotivational thing is watching the numbers on the scale go up and down. In fact, I choose to NEVER step on the scale and actually have been seeing real results. You are probably thinking how in the world does she

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How To Stay Motivated To Workout And Lose Weight

We have officially reached the second month of the New Year, meaning that more and more people continue to fall off the fitness bandwagon. Sure, we all make the resolution to workout more and eat less bad foods, but sometimes this is easier said then done. Go into any store right now and you will

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Hula Hoops Put Circus Spin on Cardio Workouts

Many people can remember hula hooping in their childhood, hips moving around in circles, finding that strength and balance to prevent the hoop from hitting the floor. While hula hooping was a fun activity in our youth, fitness experts are bringing the toy back and incorporating it into workouts. Traditionally used as a circus prop

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What is Bulletproof Coffee?

Although bulletproof coffee has become the trend among new wave health and fitness enthusiast, you just want to dodge the bullet on this one. According to this trend, “bulletingproofing” your morning consists of ditching a healthy, balanced breakfast for just a cup of coffee. Grass-fed butter and coconut oil (that contains MCT oil—medium chain triglycerides)

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Dr. Oz Questioned By Senate About Weight Loss ‘Miracles’

Dr. Mehmet Oz was grilled in the hot seat by senators Tuesday for promoting weight loss products that have little scientific evidence on his show. The popular television personality and host of “The Dr. Oz Show, is under fire after endorsing three products, such as green coffee beans, that Sen. Claire McCaskill (D. Missouri) said

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Breakfast Won’t Control Weight Says Study

Those interested in health and nutrition know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Eating a healthy breakfast wakes up the brain and the body so that you can better focus in the morning and your metabolism jump-starts. However, new research disputes the fact that breakfast helps stabilize weight and prevent obesity.

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Weight-Loss Not a Success for Shape

A healthy-living blogger did not have the right kind of shape for the fitness magazine. Brooke Birmingham, 28, claims that Shape magazine tried to censor her bikini body “after” photo that triumphed her weight loss because of loose skin shown around her stomach. Birmingham began documenting her weight loss story in 2009, on her blog,

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