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There’s Mold In That There Rice!

With so much focus on the health benefits of the microbiome and the burgeoning popularity of culinary fermentation applications, it’s ...

Walking Is Good for the Heart

Apples may keep the doctor away, but can we say the same for walking? With heart health, the answer could be yes, according to a study conducted by Binghampton University researchers and published in ...

Least Active Cities in the U.S.

Each year, the Sports & Fitness Industry Association conducts national online interviews to determine activity participation, activities of ...

Heart Disease and Women in Their 50s

For women younger than 65 years old, depression is emerging as a significant risk factor for coronary artery disease (CAD). Researchers from...

Cardio-Core Combo: Sample Workout

Help participants work their core with a miniroutine that approaches muscles from different angles while elevating heart rates. Mix 30-second cardio intervals with athletic, integrated core exercises ...

10 Ways to Help Families Get Healthy

A growing body of research makes it clear: Families provide a powerful force in supporting—or opposing—better health behaviors. ...

The Protein Shift: Plant-Based Options

Every day, you hear people talk about protein: "I've got to have some protein at lunch," "I didn't eat enough prote...

Nutrition by the Handful: An Alternative to Counting Calories

As a fitness professional or nutrition coach, you know calories matter. Fundamentally, human body weight is controlled by energy balance-cal...

Exercise Cuts Diabetes Risk—New Stats!

Walking briskly or cycling for 150 minutes a week can reduce a person’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes by up to 26%, according to a new research review from University College London and the...

Ditch the Crunches!

Help participants get out of a core rut with a specialized miniroutine that approaches muscles from different angles while elevating heart rates. Mix 30–second cardio intervals with athletic, in...

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