Losing weight isn’t just about looking better — it’s also reducing my risk for other health conditions.
T-minus one month until our wedding. I’ve learned how to get healthy, but there’s much more I want to do.
Not having a gym membership (or having to skip a day) shouldn’t keep you from getting a great workout.
I’ve received great letters from readers, not only encouraging my efforts to be more healthy but also asking how they can, too. Here are some ideas.
I’m teaming up with other brides-to be at New York Health & Racquet club, all working to look our best in that fancy white dress.
The last month hasn’t been easy, but I’ve already learned a lot about how to lead a more healthy lifestyle.
When you have zero willpower and delicious treats surround you, how do you stay on the healthy track?
After decades of being sedentary, working out three or more times a week is a big adjustment. I’m sore almost all the time, but I already feel healthier.