You don't have to fret about your fitness 24/7 in order to look and feel better. You just need to cultivate the right healthy habits.
There’s nothing attractive or confidence-building about looking like an oompa loompa. Wear sunscreen everyday to not only protect your skin from harmful UV rays, but also potential ridicule.
To help guys who are just starting out avoid some of the (many!) mistakes I made, I thought I’d tackle a few of the most common questions on fitness.
It took me years to figure out how to effectively build strength and muscle. Hopefully, this will help you shorten your learning curve.
Don't let your gym's advertising campaign fool you: a healthy body isn't built in the gym—it's built in the kitchen.
By being just a little more conscious about your health today, you can stave off future bodily harm and keep the good times rolling well into your 30s.
As much as you may want to get going and become your best self, it can still be hard to motivate yourself to get moving. These five tips should help.
Standing tall can actually make you stronger, according to social psychologist and Harvard Business School professor Amy Cuddy.
Terrified of guys named Jim? This will not help you at all. Terrified of places called “the gym”? I got you covered.
Working out – like, at all – is a hell of a lot more important than what you wear while doing it. But that doesn't mean the "look good, feel good" philosophy ends at the door to the gym.
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