As we near the end of the year, it’s common to see colleagues, friends, and even ourselves pushing into that extra gear to close out the year strong. It’s also common to see those same people having some minor personal breakdowns due to what I call the “Dry Well Syndrome.”
The problem lies in when this need for speed comes in the form of food or more specifically, sugar. As the movie reveals, sugar is 8 times more addictive than cocaine and the obesity epidemic is causing a “tsunami” of financial and health problems just waiting in the wings.
Army guys doing yoga? Burrito yoga bags? Here’s the inside scoop on Brogamats.
Fascial specialist, Melissa Putt, can practically guarantee a personal best at your next race. You just have to sit up straighter.
We’re pushing our physical limits more and more, but to what end?
Sami Jankins considers how the limited conversation on men and pain only further place those facing chronic pain into the shadows.
We have to give silence and solitude a chance.
One man’s honest opinion on what it feels like to work out with women, and why he chooses not to. What’s your take?
Norwegian Scientists show that your “fitness age” has a direct correlation to your longevity. What is your fitness age?
Jesse Kornbluth reviews fitness’s hottest item—a wireless activity and sleep wristband.
Former competitive kick boxer, Andrew Raines, explains how to safely ease your way back into a workout routine after taking a hiatus.
This Fox News commentary puts the whole Ebola story in context. This is some of the most responsible reporting/commentary by any news organization anywhere.
Stress will shorten your life, learn how to relax and be free.
If you’re anything like me, today is one of the most stressful days of the year. It’s tax day.
Sami Jankins provides the first look at a documentary, Invisible: The Film, seeking to bring to light the many faces of invisible illness and chronic pain.