Sometimes the difference between forever carrying around your dreams and actually making them come true is as simple as putting your goals into words and enlisting a little help from some great friends. Opening up and making yourself vulnerable can result in a big payoff.Read Full Story
Four-time Olympian Jenny Potter, 33, of Anoka, Minnesota, who’s been playing women’s hockey with Team USA for 15 years, believes she still has more to give to the sport and is training for the 2014 Winter Olympics. When she’s not working out, playing hockey, traveling or helping other players with their skills, she’s hanging out with daughter Madison, 11, and son Cullen, 5. Read how she manages hockey and motherhood below.Read Full Story
When it comes to certain fields, men sometimes make up the majority. Engineering is one such area. However, Lisa Drake has never let her gender stand in the way of her career aspirations. As the chief engineer for Lincoln, she's blazing the trail for women -- especially young women -- who want to pursue their dreams.Read Full Story
Have you ever had a fun and empowering workout which left you vowing to start hitting the gym every day going forward — only to lose your motivation the very next day? The problem isn't your ability to achieve goals, you're just setting them the wrong way.Read Full Story
Need a shape-up on exercise motivation? Though you stuck to your fitness resolutions for first few weeks of the new year, now it’s March and your fitness resolve is starting to fade – fast. You know working out is good for you and you still really want to get in shape for summer, but your workout motivation has waned considerably since vowing to go running every morning and try out all those strength training classes at your gym. So what’s a well-meaning but fitness-fatigued woman to do? We’ve put together some simple fitness strategies to help you maintain your exercise motivation and break free from workout boredom.Read Full Story
Spring’s here and summer is near, and you're starting to panic about your slimdown for bikini season. Though quick-fix crash diets may sound appealing, why not adopt healthy habits that will keep your winter weight off for good? We talked with Los Angeles-based food and fitness expert Cassandra Corum about the best ways to slim down for summer. Here are her tips to eat, exercise and live better for the long term.Read Full Story
There you were on the eve of 2011, declaring it would be the year you eat healthier, exercise more and lose 10 pounds. But did you put those New Year’s resolutions into action – or slip back into old unhealthy habits? Here’s how to map out your New Year goals and achieve them, for good.Read Full Story
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