Make your fitness dreams come true once and for all, starting with the classic pull up!
Pull ups are one way to showcase ultimate strength and conditioning, and they're no easy feat for the beginner. But both men and women can achieve pull-u... Read more
Most people believe that all exercises are good, safe and effective. After all it's exercise—and that has to count for something, doesn't it?
The truth is that some common exercises aren't safe at all (especially for people who... Read more
In this exercise, movement will come from the shoulders and elbows.
Start by sitting on the seat and adjusting the leg-restraint pad to the appropriate height. Your feet should be flat on the floor and the pad should help keep your l... Read more
Before Gail Devers won the 100-meter dash at the 1992 Olympics, she spent countless hours on the track. But you know where else she spent her time? In the gym, doing strength training. Not to gain weight, but to keep her muscles strong.
The comm... Read more
Although everyone's preferences differ, it's nice to have some staple foods on hand to make quick and tasty dishes that are good for you, too. So what do the experts behind SparkPeople.com keep in their own refrigerators? See what they stock... Read more
... milk, or a homemade cake instead of storebought so you can make a healthier version that still tastes amazing. Homemade pizza is delicious and can be plenty good for you, you just need to work out alternatives and you can still have treats.... Read more
We make homemade fruit roll ups by blending up whatever fruit is on hand and spreading it thin on a cookie sheet. We dehydrate it in the oven at the lowest temp. It takes hours to do but is sooo worth it! We also slice up apples and dehydrate them!... Read more
Why did I help my kids make homemade pizza? At least I used wheat for the crust and part skim mozzarella for the cheese. 1 slice inhaled, but I'm going to be good and eat my filet with roasted veggies with my husband soon, then close up the kitchen!... Read more
I recently grew a lot of salad in my garden and starting eating it for breakfast, lunch and dinner with some other foods on the side. I found a felt full with a bunch of salad because it crowded out other foods I would eat instead. I lost six pounds... Read more
Clean out your pantry, fridge and freezer! Remove all baked goods, anything white or that says enriched, anything that contains more than 3 grams of sugar per serving. All rice, except Brown rice,all corn or beets as they turn quickly into sugar, al... Read more
Freezer Queens is for busy women who find the Question "What's For Dinner" a nightmare! Here at Freezer Queens, we use our freezers to stock up on homemade healthy meals to use during the week.... Read more
Your back muscles may be one of the most neglected areas when it comes to strength training. And it isn't too surprising since we do not have a daily view of these muscles like we do our abs, chest, even our leg muscles. By focusing just a few mi... Read more
Warning! This list may be controversial, so feel free to disagree. I imagine that, for many people, several of the exercises on my personal DON'T DO list may be on your favorites list–and one, in particular, is probably on almost every gym... Read more
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