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I saw a news story on a major network a couple of years ago about people who were deemed obese, yet ran or swam miles per day, worked out six days a week and were in great cardio health.
As a trainer and sports nutritionist, I often get frustrated when clients do not get results.
The Olympics are in full gear with the United States medal count reaching a high number.
The 2012 London Olympics has proven to be quite exciting over these two weeks with many successes, shockers and "spoiler alerts" in the news.
There is much talk in the fitness world about resistance stretching to not only improve flexibility but to also build muscle.
With Father’s Day this Sunday, many of us are focused on our husbands and fathers.
June also happens to be Men’s Health Month.
Summer is upon us and in some cities kids are already out of school. I am finding that a lot of moms are already overwhelmed and putting fitness on hold.
Experts agree that a good diet should contain balanced amounts of food from five main food groups.
It can be hard to avoid comfort food on rough days, but when eating unhealthy food becomes a long-term coping mechanism, your overall health can take a major blow.
Every woman knows the benefits of regular physical activity yet our society continues to be relatively sedentary. This can lead to a number of health problems.
You're not alone. Connect with other women who are going through what you're going through, who understand and are here for you!
EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!