At 51 years old, the actress says she's in "best shape of her life," and that's thanks to working out five times a week and sticking to a ketogenic diet.
Last year the reality star accused the paparazzi of Photoshopping her vacation photos to make her look "way worse." Now she's back to working out.
Tony Bussey was 567 pounds when he started his weight loss journey. "I was 41 when I started this. If I can do it, anyone can."
When Diana Zepeda started noticing her stomach issues, she chalked it up to a bad diet and stress. The 34-year-old from Washington, D.C, worked long hours and often ate from food trucks and delivery service. After experiencing what seemed like random bouts of diarrhea for two years ago, Zepeda knew her eating habits had to change.
“I still want to think I’m chiseled and strong. But I’m no longer prepared to make the sacrifices it takes to get there."
A photo of a young man with lung cancer is inspiring people on the internet to conquer their fitness goals — and to think twice before passing judgment.
The 30-year-old model is a body-positivity activist, but she also inspires others to hit the gym and train hard. She just shared an intense workout move.
Australian fitness trainer Emily Skye has been posting regular postpartum updates on Instagram, revealing a surprising secret to her “snapback” success: midnight workouts.
This young gymnast has impressive abs, and some people are worried. Turns out there's not too much to be worried about.
"People call it health management or healthy eating but the messaging behind it is 'don’t let yourself put on weight.'"
An op-ed takedown of "sexy" yoga pants is getting major backlash from women who would like to wear what they want, thanks.
In this Weight-Loss Win story, Tyler Hutchingson, who had been struggling with his weight for a long time, had a foreboding dream that inspired him to finally get healthier. This is the story of his weight-loss journey.
It seems flu season is here to stay, since a strain of ‘Japanese flu’ is set to follow the Australian one. Dr Steve Iley, Medical Director for Bupa UK told the Standard: "Also known as Yamagata flu, Japanese flu is a strand of influenza.
It’s a common cultural assumption that cardio is the best workout you can do—but it turns out that type of sweat sesh is only part of the equation for achieving optimal fitness. And for women especially, there seems to be a resounding fear that lifting weights won’t result in a feminine figure but rather one that’s burly and […]
After gaining weight during her freshman year of college and going through a tough breakup, Mallory Smith found a healthier lifestyle and her greatest happiness.
"When I am not ripped some say I look better, some say they prefer when I am 'less bulky.' You can't please everyone. So, I please myself."