It’s not always easy to get up and out. But these fitness all-stars have a few motivational mantras to help change the game. Prepare to be seriously inspired!
Mondays don’t have to suck. Check out these 10 science-backed ways to beat the Monday blues and it feel a little more like Friday. (OK, maybe like Wednesday.)
Step 1: Netflix and chill with Rocky and Rudy. (No, not that kind of Netflix and chill.) Step 2: Go out and break a serious sweat.
Yes, the nirvana that is “work-life balance” is in fact attainable. Here’s how to get more done without sacrificing your sanity.
Does daylight savings time confuse your body more than it should? Find out how to minimize the effects of changing the clocks with these expert tips.
Need a nap? Probably. Find out when, how and where to take the perfect nap so you can still sleep soundly at night — and yes, even if it means your head is on your desk.
When it comes to your body, you’re your own worst critic. Here’s how to start being kinder to yourself and banish negative self-talk from your inner monologue.
Looking to find more meaning in your life? This infographic will help you get started — and offers up some solid Monday Motivation to kick your week off right.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, get inspired by these gutsy women running lesser-known charities making a big difference in women’s lives.
One photographer is snapping photos of himself in a pink tutu to raise money for breast cancer — and he wants you to join him.
One in three Americans suffers from sleep disruption, and the consequences can be worse than just fatigue. Here’s how to deal with the most common sleep issues.
Fighting a mid-day slump? Hands off the caffeine. These easy tricks will give you a boost without keeping you up all night.
When does race training go from a fun pastime that helps you relieve stress to something that causes more anxiety than it’s worth? Some runners are learning the hard way.
Sensory deprivation tanks require you to lie naked, in a dark, silent pod filled with salt water. Worst nightmare or coolest thing ever? One writer tried it.