Learn how even a short walk after your meal can prevent your blood glucose from spiking and keep your insulin levels stable.
A health and sports performance psychologist explains why the 75 Soft Challenge may be more accessible but just as challenging as the 75 Hard Challenge by inspiring you to make small changes in diet, physical fitness, mental health and more.
Eating well, drinking water, exercising and making time to ground yourself are all good rules to follow when trying to improve your overall well-being. A health and sports performance psychologist explains how the 75 Hard Challenge takes that idea to new extremes.
Running doesn’t cause arthritis in your knees, but running injuries can raise your arthritis risk. Get tips for protecting your joints when you run.
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