Oxygen’s back-to-basics guide to staying fit — physically and mentally
Jerry Kindela, MA, DHSDecember 8, 2015
Little did you know going under the mistletoe could be a workout? Check out these 10 sizzling kissing facts and get your burn on!
Lara McGlashan MFA CPTDecember 7, 2015
Harness the power of your mind to prevent overeating.
Allison YoungNovember 17, 2015
Use your brain to train and eat — it takes mindfulness to reach your fitness and health goals.
November 11, 2015
Stress is a fact of life — but it’s also controllable if you attack it with exercise and diet. Follow these simple guidelines to help keep anxiety in check.
Joe WuebbenOctober 22, 2015
How to keep your head in the game when you’re stuck on the sidelines.
Karen AspOctober 22, 2015
Baby on board? We’ve got the latest research about exercise while you’re expecting.
Allison YoungOctober 21, 2015
There is no surefire way to prevent breast cancer but you can possibly reduce your risk through diet and healthy living. Here are five things you can do now.
Lara McGlashan MFA CPTOctober 5, 2015
5 interesting and odd things you probably didn’t know about your girls
Lara McGlashan MFA CPTOctober 1, 2015
Sleep is just as important for overall health as working out and eating well. But more than one-third of women have a hard time falling (and staying) asleep. Here are some tips for getting more ZZZs.
Jenessa ConnorSeptember 29, 2015
If you love to lift, protecting your most valuable support system — your spine — is more important than ever. Here's how.
Erin Calderone, MS, CSCSSeptember 16, 2015
Feel like quitting? Try these nine strategies to make you stick to your program.
September 10, 2015
Log your best cardio or strength performance ever with these five no-sweat tricks.
Karen AspAugust 26, 2015
We know that sitting too much is bad for your body and your health. Here are some simple tips to get your off your butt and out of that chair.
Karen Asp and Jerry Kindela, MA, DHSAugust 25, 2015
Being chained to an office chair throughout the day could raise your risk of health conditions, no matter how hard you’re working at the gym. Here’s how to avoid the “sitting disease.”
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