Strength-training is an essential addition to your 2021 weight-loss goals. Learn why AND try incorporating this easy, 4-exercise workout into your weight loss plan.
Before you start that new quick fix diet you’ve been hearing so much about, read this.
Slimming down to a healthy weight is good, but not as good as maintaining a stable weight over time. Read this article by Jeannie Versagli, RD, about the risks of an unhealthy or fluctuating number on the scale and what you can do to combat it.
From playing in the schoolyard to lifting big at the gym, Lauren and Rachel’s friendship isn’t the only transformation that took place this year.
This week in our National Nutrition Month Q&A series, we learn about the difference between registered dietitians and large-scale nutrition products and reaching fitness goals through diet.
This week in our National Nutrition Month Q&A series, we find out why Jeannie became a dietitian and if the type of calories matters as long as the count of calories is at your recommended daily intake.
Not all truths are self-evident, especially when it comes to exercise. Read on as Personal Trainer Keith Glines tackles six common misconceptions about fitness.
Getting ready in the morning, shopping, and seeing your reflection as your going about your day should not take a hit on your confidence. Read how I tackled a daily source of negativity against my body-image.
Ever hear someone say they’re “saving their calories” for something? They may be following a calorie budget. Assistant Fitness Director, Rachael Ling, gives a step-by-step on how to create one for yourself.
HAC Member Rahul Gupta shares how he achieved his goal of reducing visceral fat through diet and exercise in just a couple of months.