Health/Fitness :: Fitness
The summer bathing suit season is here, so if that pooch in your belly is the pain in your mirror, now is the time to do what it takes to get rid of that gut once and for all!
Getting big is not so hard - just eat a ton of food and work out heavy, right? But to look muscular, you need to add muscle without piling on pounds of fat, and adding health risks in the process.
The American Medical Association is recognizing obesity as a disease. Dr. Lou Aronne, an obesity specialist at New York Presbyterian Hospital, speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the change and what it means for health care.
As yoga becomes a growing trend among men isn’t time you added it to your exercise regimen?
No more dreaded ear buds popping or falling out of your ears while moving; discomfort of buds jammed into your ears; sweat build up in your ears and in the buds. Just a cleaner and safer way to hear while exercising.
"CBS This Morning" contributor Lee Woodruff reports on the latest trends in wearable fitness technology.
New research suggest vigorous exercise may be safe for many with heart implants after all.
It’s much simpler to stay at home and flip the channels, but that method will get you nowhere if what you want are results! So you want to know how to get started? I’m glad you asked!
If your life plan is not going as well as you would wish, and you want more from career, relationships, or your health, then you clearly have to make a real change.
We want quick gains when exercising with limited struggle and pain. With running, rather than focus on training types for results, the focus here is on shoe and feet comfort for exercise and health gains.