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Best Equipment for Your At-Home Workouts

With so many types of home gym setups and workout equipment on the market, it may be hard to decide what to get if you want to start working out at home. There may be times when you’d like to begin a routine but get overwhelmed on deciding what to buy (and how to buy it), and then feel overburdened by the price. Fear not! We have a list of cost-efficient and multipurpose exercise equipment...

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The Most Fun You’ll Have Exercising

As it turns out, if you aren’t trying to build up a specific muscle, it doesn’t matter what kind of exercises you do as long as you do something. This means that any type of movement is healthy and good for you, so if you hate going to the gym or just want to start moving without the formality of a workout, read on! We compiled a list of fun stuff for you to do....

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How to Stick to Your Exercise Routine

Now that the holidays have died down and you’re getting back into the full swing of your old routine, it might be easier than you think to forget about the promises you made to yourself at the New Year. Building new habits into your old routine may be harder than it seems, and plugging away at them while life keeps interrupting makes sticking to your new exercise regimen more difficult than it was a few...

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How to Read Nutrition Labels (Level Up Your Grocery Store Habits)

There are many great habits to get into when doing your shopping at the grocery store. Try to shop around the perimeter - that's where the fruits, vegetables, protein, and least-processed food tends to be. Never shop on an empty stomach, and make a list beforehand. And get into the habit of reading the nutrition labels on the foods you choose to eat. Of course, nutrition labels can be confusing and it's hard to know...

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Gamify Your Weight Loss

Now that the year is drawing to a close, you may be thinking about the changes you’d like to make in 2020 to your health, lifestyle, spending habits, and more. The interesting thing is that you are not alone—so many people make resolutions and then break resolutions about one to two months into the new year. Some people no longer create New Year’s resolutions because doing so can be fodder for disappointment, stress, or added...

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