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Don't let intimidation and insecurity keep you from enjoying your in-club workouts.
For most of us, comfort food translates to heavy, fattening, regret-it-later fare. An accomplished Italian chef explains how it can take on an entirely different meaning.
Did you give up on grains entirely when you cut down on carbs? Or are you a white-bread and refined-flour junkie? Either way, it might be time to take a closer look at the value of whole-grain goods.
Neurotic about your body? For your kids' sake, deal with it. The body burdens of parents are easily passed along – and lived out — by their children.
What do superathletes, fit kids, and the physically challenged have in common? Surprisingly, triathlon. These days there's room in the race for everyone.
Why settle for ho-hum workouts when real inspiration and satisfaction are within reach? Here's what you need to know to make your fitness pursuits more fun —and your results more fabulous.
Falling short of the finish line can be frustrating. But the only real defeat lies in failing to learn from your experience.
Tired of feeling blue, or just so-so? Positive psychology pioneer Martin Seligman, PhD, believes you can mentally exercise your way to greater happiness.
One morning a couple of weeks back, I was running by a big plate-glass window in my neighborhood, and something novel happened.
This issue's Satisfaction theme immediately brought to mind my favorite film, Fiddler on the Roof .