Until I went to Hogwarts, I weighed 310 pounds. Now, I’m 170 after changing my lifestyle based on what I learned there.
In defense of Walmart bikes and discount running shoes. Expensive fitness gear is a luxury, rather than a necessity. Look at your needs and find the most appropriate gear you can for your personal situation. Even if the internet says what you buy is garbage, if it works for you, then it works for you.
Going to the gym shouldn’t be a punishment. Find your fun to stick with fitness. When you do, working out won’t feel like work at all.
Being active has nothing to do with exercise. It’s about moving around when you wouldn’t ordinarily be moving around.
Mental and physical rest days are important to reaching your fitness goals.
There are a lot of reasons that I love running and fitness. I love the way it makes me feel. I love the way it makes me look. I love the things I get to see. And I love the people I get to know. The thing I do not love, however, is the amount of negativity that some...
The way we look at New Year’s Resolutions is flawed. We look at them as temporary changes, and they can’t be. If you want to succeed be specific.
If there’s a single piece of exercise equipment I wish I could put in every home in America, it’d be something like the FitDesk.
The future of fitness is in augmented and virtual reality. Run across a glacier, bike on a volcano–visit exotic locales and get your heart-rate up, without ever leaving air conditioned awesomeness of your own living room.
Going on vacation doesn’t mean you have to gain weight and be lazy. You can still have a relaxing trip while staying fit and active. Here are a few of my favorite ways to go about it.