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Going to the grocery store without a concise plan is about as smart as driving in an unfamiliar area without a road map (or these days a GPS device). Have a healthy plan for what you want to accomplish at the grocery store and you’ll wind...

If you are looking to improve how you feel and perform during the course of everyday activities, or sport specific movements, a great piece of exercise equipment to consider using is a functional trainer. Simply put, functional training is any type of exercise that has a...

Break all the stereotypes you think you know about weightlifting. It’s not just for people trying to be football starts, or who want monster 20-inch biceps. Strength training can actually help people from teens to seniors live healthier, more fulfilling lives. A home gym is a great...

When it comes to fitness, arguably the best investment you can make for your home is to own a treadmill. Sixty million people can’t be wrong, can they? That’s how many people own treadmills according to several review sites and the number keeps growing each year. Here...

As a person reaches their 60s and older there can be a rapid decline in muscle mass and metabolic rate. Even if you are aerobically active, you will still lose muscle mass. However, if you combine strength training into a healthy lifestyle that will help improve...

No matter how dedicated or genetically gifted people are, eventually Father Time will catch up to us all, although some fight off old age a lot longer. In our 50s is when the majority of people really start to notice fitness levels decline. But as with all...

When you hit your 40s it’s time to focus even more on staying flexible. Once a person loses flexibility and balance they can develop frailty, which really hurts us in old age. Age starts to catch up with people to one degree or another in their...

If you were active in your 20s, you should continue to feel good and perform well physically in your 30s. If you haven’t exercised much up to this point, this is when doctors really start stressing to get on an exercise program. Either way, fit or not,...

Our bodies go through many changes through each decade we live. One thing that should never change is a commitment to exercise. No matter what your age, exercise can always help you feel and look younger. This week we’ll look at tips for how to adjust your...

One of the best ways to reduce your waist line is to cut out soft drinks from your diet. And that certainly does not mean switching from regular coke to Diet Coke. The average 12-ounce can of regular soda has about 8 teaspoons of added...