Exercise is often harder to continue, but no less important, as you age. Read this interview for tips to help seniors prioritize their health and mobility.
Matters of the mind, body & spirit
Parents have to take care of themselves in order to care for their children. Stormy is a prime example—who has made remarkable strides for her daughter.
It’s not easy finding exercise time as a parent. But Jack has managed to prioritize his health every day since a scare, and his entire family is benefiting.
Two doctors are driving cross-country—stopping at 10 Anytime Fitness gyms—to share how men can overcome their excuses for taking care of their health.
Dawn needed help losing weight and resisting cigarettes. Thankfully, she found a gym family who rallied around her, and ended up inspiring others!
The connection between body and mind is a strong one. When you’re working out, rest easy knowing that exercise helps your mental health as well! Here’s how.
Make day-to-day decisions faster, easier, and healthier with this Weekly Wellness Tracker that helps you plan & enter your meals, snacks, activity & water.
Transformation takes time—and perseverance. Joe Scarmack certainly understands this; he weighed close to 500 pounds about eight years ago.
Trainer Tibbs likes to say “remember when.” It’s a great way to highlight small victories, and show slow and steady DOES win the weight loss race!
Holiday set-backs can be avoided. Follow these reliable tips to enjoy your pie, avoid the guilt, and maintain your weight!