Photo: Nicole Perry With the feasting season quickly approaching, we are here to remind you that your diet is not doomed!
Elliptical trainers are a gym favorite. Not only is this cardio machine joint friendly, it's incredibly versatile.
Give your backside some attention and try our four-week squat challenge! Learn the specifics on each style of squat included in this circuit, then put your knowledge to practice with this plan.
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The following post was originally featured on fANNEtastic Food and written by Anne Mauney, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Fitness.
Working on your fitness isn't always easy, and navigating the gym . . . Well, let's just say sometimes it's a struggle, but luckily you're not in it alone.
If you're trying to get more fiber in your life, instead of pairing your strawberry jam with peanut or almond butter, SunButter -made from sunflower seeds - is a delicious option.
Strong, sculpted six-pack abs are only a click away! Aside from making you feel confident in your formfitting clothes - without worrying about your muffin top hanging over your waistline - strong abs also prevent back pain, improve posture, and make you better at running and everything else physical (wink, wink).
While there's nothing quite like running outdoors, unruly weather sometimes makes it impossible. For those rainy or blustery days, there's the trusty treadmill.
You know that it's important to eat your fruits and vegetables every day, but do you really know how much is enough?
Fitness is an important part of a healthy life. And stylish, functional gear that supports your workouts makes those sweat sessions even more enjoyable.
Eating well-balanced meals and snacks are both important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. But whether it's because you find yourself mindlessly snacking or because your meals aren't keeping you as full as you'd like, sometimes you need something to keep you from rummaging through the pantry.
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Between its metabolism-boosting powers and ability to prevent colds, green tea is a miracle in your mug.
If you're making a salad your healthy main dish, it isn't enough to throw some greens, dressing, and croutons together on a plate.
Tone up your arms with our five-minute, five-move plan. Perform the following exercises for one minute each - all you need are a yoga mat and a pair of light five- or eight-pound weights to get started.
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