13 Workout Tips You Need To Know

If you are one of the minority of people who regularly go to a gym for exercise, then congratulations! It means you have the right priorities and terrific discipline. But it’s fair to say that at times, even for committed exercisers, motivation often flags, and there are days when it requires a Herculean effort just to put on your workout clothes and walk through the gym doors. Here are 13 ways to make your exercise routine a little easier.

13 Workout Tips You Need To Know

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How to Stop Eating Sugar: 19 Steps

It’s time to call sugar out for what it is: A heartbreaker, a big-tummy maker, and a health-food faker. We’re not talking about the sugar that comes in fruit (because a lot of Americans aren’t getting enough servings of the healthy food, as it is), but the refined stuff, such as high-fructose corn syrup, that sneaks into everything from ketchup to coffee creamers.

How to Stop Eating Sugar 19 Steps

To help you quit the white stuff, we rounded up 18 experts to share their favorite sugar-ditching tips.

1. Avoid double agents, says Tasneem Bhatia, MD, former FDA commissioner and author of What Doctors Eat. If you think your oatmeal and yogurt are health foods, time to turn the package over. “Flavored instant oatmeal is often a vehicle for sugar, with about three teaspoons of added sugar in each little packet,” warns Dr. Bhatia.

Yogurt is another sneaky sugar food. “The sugar-filled stuff is candy in disguise,” she says. Yogurt does have naturally occurring dairy sugar and, if sweetened with fruit, the fruit has sugar too, but these aren’t the culprits. “Fruit and flavored yogurts often contain added sugar in the form of sucrose or high-fructose corn syrup.

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How to Stay Fit in College

How to Stay Fit in College

I have many girls asking me these days, how can they stay healthy while they are in college. Well yes, it’s harder to stay fit and healthy when you’re far from home, and you have a lot going on. No gyms near by – or no money for gym, no healthy food on the menu, no time to sleep, not to mention run.

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5 Tips To Sculpt An Athletic Looking Body

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