Boost Your Stamina

By Sara Buechler Exercising on its own can be exhausting enough, but combine that with only being able to run three minutes on the treadmill and it feels downright depressing. Improving your stamina can definitely aid in having a more positive exercise experience. Start at Home Part of being able to increase stamina is ensuring [...]

Fitness and Traveling

By Amanda Roland Those long-awaited vacations, business trips and small weekend getaways should be relaxing and stress-free, but that doesn’t mean you should forget about your health while traveling.  Maintaining an effective fitness routine while you’re out of town is much easier than you’d think and can be very rewarding. Here’s how you can continue [...]

Our Picks: Motivational Books

By Natalie Richoux Motivation can be a tricky thing to manage, in all facets of our lives. From procrastination to self-love, we’re here to give you a glimpse into our favorite motivational books for a variety of areas in your life. Procrastination Finish What You Start by Peter Hollins, $12.99 It’s easy to say it’s [...]

Supplements Worth the Price

By Isabella Sorresso Each day, the food you eat gives you a certain number of vitamins, but you still might not be getting a sufficient amount. Ideally, we should be getting most of our daily vitamin and mineral intake from a balanced diet of fruits, vegetables and protein. However, if you’re consuming a less than [...]

Fitness Advice that is Wrong

By Brooke Avedon In today's fitness driven world of internet ads, advice columns and blog, it seems that everyone knows everything about how to achieve optimal health. Or at least they think they do. Much of the "advice" we get about fitness and workouts can sometimes be wrong. We're here to bust some common workout [...]

Food Myths: Part Three

By Isabella Sorresso Welcome back to part three, our final segment, of debunking popular food myths. We’ve gone over five other myths the past couple of weeks and we’re not stopping there! Today we’re going over which types of things are actually fattening rather than which foods you think are fattening. Calories Eaten at Night [...]

Food Myths: Part Two

By Isabella Sorresso Last week we debunked three common food myths about shopping the perimeter, frozen vs. fresh produce and why we crave certain foods. This week we’re bringing you two more. Though dieting trends seem to pop out of nowhere and have reliable enough backing, a lot of it is all talk. Don’t just [...]