Dead Butt Syndrome: How to Wake Up Your Butt and Get it Moving Again

Yup, dead butt syndrome is a thing.  Also known as gluteal amnesia, it happens when your gluteal medius -- one of your three butt muscles -- stops working properly.  It “forgets” what it’s supposed to do
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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Eating That Food You Really Want to Eat

What can help with overeating is taking the time to stop for just a few seconds and ask yourself these three questions.
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Healthy Kitchen Game Plan: Dry Erase Board

See how to use a simple dry erase board to help you eat healthier and lose weight.
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11 Golden Rules to Healthier Eating: Clean Slate

When’s the last time a cookbook inspired you to take action and motivated you to eat more healthy -- and even to lose weight?
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How to Break the Yo-Yo Diet Cycle

If you’re tired of all the yo-yo dieting and are ready to make a change, here are four ways get yourself back on track.
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Top 10 Tasty Leftover Turkey Recipes

Leftover turkey is a good thing!  With these delicious leftover turkey recipes, you'll  want to cook turkey more often.
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7 Reasons Why Diets Don't Work

Have you ever wondered why diets keep getting more and more popular?  The obvious answer is that they get results (kind of) so more and more people keep dieting - and more and more companies keep creating new diets to sell to the desperate masses.
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How Watching TV Leads to Weight Gain

Do you watch more than 10 hours of TV a week?  If you do, chances are you’re overweight.  Studies show a direct relationship between television watching and  weight gain, especially in kids.  If you watch more than 10 hours a week of television, it’s time for a lifestyle change.  It’s time to go on a TV diet. Here’s how to do  it.
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Your Body by The Numbers – A Weight Loss Cheat Sheet

There are so many numbers being thrown at you when it comes to losing weight, getting fit and eating healthy, it’s no wonder people just focus on the number on the scale.

But that number on the scale doesn’t tell you everything. Focusing only on a weight loss goal can sometimes be unmotivating (if you don’t see the scale drop fast enough). It can also be misleading (if you’re gaining muscle, for example).

And let’s face it, while we’d all love to look like fitness models, it’s just not realistic to set that as a goal. Not even fitness models look like fitness models all the time.

I’m not saying it’s impossible. It’s just that the goal is always to be healthy.

Here’s a cheat sheet you can use on a regular basis to make sure you’re working your way towards healthy fat loss and fitness goals.

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Trouble Losing? Try This Crazy Strategy

Dropping those unwanted pounds can be a frustrating when you’re not seeing any progress.

When you don’t see a change when you step on the scale or a change in body fat percentage, or even a change in how your clothes fit, it’s enough to make you want to give up completely.

You feel discouraged. You’re no longer motivated and start thinking, “Why bother?” Then you go back to the old habits that caused the weight gain in the first place, feeling like an utter failure.

If this is how you’re feeling, there’s a crazy, counter-intuitive strategy I want you to consider trying:

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