Want to be stylish and fit? Check out RAGE Monthly's rundown of all the chic wearable devices that will keep you on track -- and keep you looking good.
I have been working out consistently for over thirty years, and I certainly do not look like a pro bodybuilder. So where is the disconnect?
Call it detox and retox: Around the country, yogis are jumping up from savasana and hopping onto a barstool as yoga classes are making their way into breweries.
Learn how TV fitness personality Courtney Paul got there, where he came from and his philosophy on what is necessary to "work it out" in his world. Lucky for us, he's a "heart on his sleeve" kind of guy, who is wide open and willing to share his journey.
Dr. Chad Larson shares these five great tips on ways to eat healthy all of the time, not just on a crash diet.
Sometimes it's difficult to get to the gym. To keep fit, all you need to do is keep up on your light exercises that you can do right in your living room. Here are six that I recommend.
Now that the last gift boxes have been put away and the holiday decorations are coming down, the New Year is upon us -- and, along with it, a new set of resolutions.
Whether it's the beginning of a new year or anytime in between, finding ways to life a healthier life pain off in spades and result in maintaining sharpness, fitness and more.
To find success in your New Year's resolutions, ask yourself these questions: Do they align with my values; are my eggs in different baskets; and are there too many?
In a few weeks, people will begin making their resolutions for 2016. A year ends, a year begins and we examine our lives and we ask ourselves what we can do better.