Changing the way you approach food is not something that will just magically happen over night. It’s about taking it one step at a time, one change at a time, and making decisions each day that you can feel good about.
Do you ever find yourself letting an injury get in the way of living your fitness dreams? A minor setback doesn’t have to keep you from getting stronger. MFF Trainer Ayse Billi has five great tips to keep perspective when you’re working through an obstacle.
What if you could improve your lifts and burn more fat without changing what you’re actually doing at the gym? Here’s a small but important modification to make to the way you’re approaching your reps.
What if you didn’t have to track every macro to eat better? What if you just added a salad to you daily food intake? Could it be that easy to get better? Take the #saladchallenge with Steward of Strength Harold Gibbons and see where green fits on your health and hotness color wheel…
Ladies! Is there an optimal way to train based on where you are in your monthly cycle? Should men and women really train and eat differently? Fitness femme fatale Elizabeth Stacey Ellis is here with some answers and bonus tips for achieving your ultimate health and hotness.
There are so many ways get a good workout, but few can offer the benefits PLUS convenience. The kettlebell is a one-stop shop for all your fitness needs. Geoff Hemingway is here to give you a crash course in kettlebell education, along with a bonus tip on how to create your own workout using only one kettlebell.
Ever feel hijacked by your own self-sabotage? There’s a good reason why most people don’t ever really overcome their internal sabotage. The answer may surprise you.
Showing up for ourselves is important in becoming fit. But what happens when we show up for each other at the gym? Here’s how a sense of community can affect your fitness, no matter what coast you live on.
The ads say you can eat the whole pint of ice cream and still be ready for your close-up. But is that right for everyone? Shouldn’t we be taking a closer look for the sake of our health and hotness?
When you feel like all the news is bad, can you go to the gym and then feel better? What if you reversed it and took your gym smarts out into the world and it changed everything? Staci Jackson is definitely on to something here, with an added pro tip on how to use this month’s classes as a lens for getting 1% better in life.