Weight Loss

If there’s one thing you can count on around this time of year, it’s incredible routines from the UCLA Gymnastics team. Take Gracie Kramer’s floor choreography, for example. The 21-year-old student recently competed in a meet against Boise State, and her talents are enough to impress any “bad guy.” Commentators called Gracie’s routine “creepy” but,
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Madelaine Petsch just shared her daily workout routine on YouTube, and it has us sweating for more reasons than one. During the 19-minute video, the Riverdale actress crushes a series of exercises with her (very easy on the eyes) trainer, Stephen Pasterino, who created the low-impact, high-intensity fitness method known as P.volve. The moves are
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ICYMI, fasting diets basically dominated 2019, turning phrases like “eating windows” and “5:2 versus 16:8” into normal parts of everyday conversation. As far as diets go, fasting looks to be one of the more long-lasting trends: it technically isn’t a “diet” at all, focusing less on overall caloric intake and more on restricting your eating
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When I asked registered dietitian Leslie Langevin, MS, author of The Anti-Inflammatory Kitchen Cookbook, what’s the simplest thing people can do to start losing weight — something sustainable they can do every day — she said “eat more vegetables.” Eating more veggies isn’t just good for losing or maintaining weight. The fiber helps improve digestion
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Anyone who has ever hit the bathroom at Makro to emerge a new person has probably wondered (beyond “What is it about this place?”) whether pooping actually affects weight loss. It’s a fair question. A nice, productive poo (I think you know what I’m talking about without me having to describe) can make you feel
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We’re not all cut from the same gym-loving cloth, but that’s totally fine. It’s certainly true for Charmaine, who despises activities like running. Yet she managed to find a workout plan that worked with her schedule and motivated her to make significant lifestyle changes. It’s comforting to know that fitness doesn’t start, or end, at
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