This Black Bean Tortilla Soup is a spicy and warm meal perfect for cool nights.
Core strength is about more than just showing off six-pack abs. As you work your core, you reap benefits throughout your whole body. A strong core not only helps prevent injury as you go through your full body workout, it improves your balance and coordination in your everyday life.
Sitting for long periods of time leads to tight hamstrings, which can cause lower back pain. Hours spent looking down at a phone, tablet, or laptop can lead to pain in your neck and upper back. And long commutes spent holding on to a steering wheel can cause tension and pain in your shoulders and upper back. Thankfully, there’s a remedy for all the damage we are doing with our sedentary lifestyles: Stretching.
Virtual coaching is a new and growing trend across the world, and it is available through Curves. With many fitness regimens moving to at-home environments, losing in-person coaches has meant some women have also lost motivation to exercise.
A simple, yet delicious pasta dinner packed with protein and whole grains.
What if there was a drug that treated everything? And it helped prevent almost every illness you might get, including certain types of cancer? And it worked for every person around the world, rich or poor, young or old, with no side effects? Of course, you’d want to know what that drug was. Well, guess what? That drug exists. It’s called exercise
These quick chicken nachos are a simple and fun meal to add to your recipe list. Delicious and versatile – enough to feed the entire family!
Thyroid conditions are surprisingly common in the United States. An estimated 20 million Americans have thyroid disorders, and many without even knowing it.
When’s the last time you jumped on a trampoline? How about the last time you sneezed without crossing your legs first?
Enjoy a relaxing grilled-at-home meal, or double or triple the recipe for a cook-out with family or friends.
Picture a typical heart attack victim, and you may picture a man. But heart disease is equally a women’s disease. In fact, heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing one third of the deaths in women each year.