weight loss

You're going to need to do more than count calories or exercise to stay lean. Here are some tips for success that you might not expect.
A new study reviewed the research to find the best ways to lose weight and keep it off.
A social component has been shown to improve weight loss results. A recent study showed smaller groups are ideal.
Buyer beware on financially-driven television programs that promote diet and fitness programs. Most of them are simply embarrassing.
You may get inspired by some of the contestants. But know they are doing metabolic damage to their bodies.
It's time to look at five additional tips to keep you on target for that better body without wasting your time on worthless pursuits.
Diets, while well-intended, are just distractions from the larger issues that lurk beneath the surface. And they are likely making you fatter and less healthy.
Why do we jump into crazy diets? That’s like saying “I want to deadlift, so I’m going to deadlift as heavy as I can every day.”
You are your body on a “good” day and on a “bad” day. What many of us women don’t realize is that we get to define what constitutes good and bad.
I see so many trainers worry about two specific issues constantly, and then wonder why they’re not successful.
Having more options might not always be a good thing, especially for men, says a new study.
A new study explored the best ways for athletes to cut weight without messing up their metabolism.
Hollywood know something about fitness that many of us don't practice, despite seeking similar goals.
The research clearly states that low calorie dieting has the potential to negatively affect our health.
You have a relationship with your health and fitness. But have you been throwing up red flags and deal breakers when it comes to your success? Here are ten you might be guilty of.
Can taking a pill actually increase metabolic rate? Many studies have said no, but recent research suggests a blend of caffeine and herbs might actually work.
A well-planned and well-executed weight loss of between 1.5 to 2% of body weight should have no negative influence on competition results. How is this to be done, and done safely?