Shawn Henfling shares his story of Princess Abbi and her courageous battle with Leigh’s Disease.
Shawn Henfling describes the descent into depression as a “waterslide without enough water” and what it took to finally admit he needed help.
Andrew Lawes has a theory about the mind, and he’s been through hell to research it. Today, he proves heaven exists. He also knows that to get there, first he must confess.
This world of constant connection is making us more disconnected than ever. Here’s what you can do about it.
Jada Magwood on the newest sexual breakthrough for our generation.
Some of us want to live forever, some of us will be happy if we make it to 80, but I would bet that none of us want to live without a decent quality of life. How are we going to get it? We have an opportunity every morning we get out of bed to stop, take a breath of fresh air and realize we’re lucky to be alive. Keep the attitude of gratitude, it always helps.
Everyone knows it’s bad for you, but some people still do it. So, let’s talk about quitting.
Alyssa Royse has seen the way CrossFit can make people strong and empowered. So here’s how to find the CrossFit gym that will fit you.
Strength & conditioning specialist, Bri Wilson, may work in corporate communications by day, but she’s a fitness junkie at all hours of the day. She can help you lose weight. Here’s how.
We all get angry. It’s how you deal with your anger that counts.
Yoga can aid mental well-being but can it help with post-traumatic stress disorder?
David Reitan realizes that evaluating your body’s worth against that of a total stranger is a silly, unproductive thing to do. Yet he does it anyway—along with a lot of other men.
He’d lost weight the fast way once, but regained every pound and more. This time he’s taken it off, and kept it off, and because he’s changed his habits, he knows it’s gone for good!
Brett Hoebel has trained everyone from Victoria’s Secret models to everyday fitness enthusiasts. He’s noticed one glaring truth: fitness funks are contagious. Here’s the scoop.
Tyler Tervooren discusses the methods for us to take back our health and break bad habits, even when we’re surrounded by them everyday.