Motivation

Biggest Loser Dietitian: Use Holidays to ‘Find Your New Normal’

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Cheryl Forberg is the perfect person to talk with about having a healthy relationship with food. Not only is the registered dietitian the nutrition expert for The Biggest Loser, she’s also a James Beard Award-winning chef and author/contributor to more than a dozen books including Flavor First, …
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10 Reasons to Go for a Walk Right Now

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Okay, so it may not exactly be walking weather outside. We'll admit that. But, walking is such great exercise! And it's a fabulous place for beginners or those just starting on a fitness journey to start out because it requires nothing more than you, somewhere safe to walk and proper attire and …
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Space To Meditate

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Healthy eats and exercise have been a part of my life for so long that I started to wonder if I was still making any progress, but then like the proverbial skinned cat, I realized there is more than one way to measure health. To answer my own QOTW, here is my tale of the best thing I did last …
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The Scale Lied to Me

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Jenn and I are always saying that you shouldn't let the scale make or break you. After all, you shouldn't let some silly number on some hunk of metal ruin your day, right? I've been following our anti-diet rules, weighing in at most once a week or so, and typically even less than that. When I …
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This One (Simple) Thing Changed My Health for the Better

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As the year starts rounding down (How did it become December? ... Seriously!), I naturally begin to reflect on the past 365 days. What worked ... what didn't. What successes I had and what "mistakes" I learned from. It's already been a year of a lot of firsts (with more to come in 2015!), but a few …
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6 Tips to Overcome Your Inner Workout Procrastinator

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Dan Nguyen is a fitness behavior expert and authority on the mind-muscle connection. He teaches people mindful techniques to exchange unhealthy habits for healthy ones, allowing them to achieve long-lasting fitness results. Sounds like something right up FBG's alley, right? Right! And today we're …
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Weight-Loss Tips and Hints From Biggest Loser Contestants

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We're halfway through season 16 of The Biggest Loser (check out our recaps!) and half the contestants are now continuing their weight loss at home. With arguably the biggest eating day of the year looming, we thought you could use a little inspiration and advice to not go completely off the rails …
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5 Hacks for Eating Healthy at the Airport

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If you're a transplant like me, then you know what the holiday season means: trains, planes and automobiles. Unfortunately for my husband and I, our families live entirely too far for trains and automobiles, so we're big airport peeps around this time of the year. Usually I just make do with …
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7 Tips to Stay Healthy Over the Holidays Without Feeling Deprived

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The following healthy holiday tips are sponsored by ebay. For our sponsored post policy, click here. We're now in the throes of the holiday season! And with images of sugar-plums --- and gingerbread and fudge and eggnog --- dancing in our heads, plus to-do lists a mile long and a calendar …
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Workout Motivation and a Way to Kick Things Up a Notch

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The following workout motivation post is sponsored by ebay. For our sponsored post policy, click here. We've been working with eBay on some healthy living guides and collections for the coming holiday season, so not only is it a treasure trove of great fit tips over there, but we've also got …
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